London, South Kensington
28 November 1996
A late Ming bronze model of a seated Bodhisattva
in dhyanasana, wearing an elaborate crown, jewelleryand celestial scarf, the hands held out in front holding two flowersprays, on a lotus-petal base -- 9¾.in (24.8cm) high, 16th/17th Century; placed on a hardwood stand of shaped rectangular form carved with panels of floral branches -- 11.in (27.9cm) high, another wood stand.
See Colour Plate.
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