14 September 2000,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 59
GBP 25 - GBP 200
A Chinese bronze figure of a lady
wearing long flowing robes, a mythical animal at her feet -- 2½in. (6.3cm.) high; two iron axe heads, one modelled with stylised human head and arms -- 5½in. (14.3cm.) long max.; a bronze quadruple- headed deity standing on a viswapadmasana above a raised platform -- 8¼in. (21cm.) high; and six various jarlets and attachments -- 2¼in. (6cm.) high max., 17th Century and later.
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