London, South Kensington
11 June 1998
A NEPALESE GILT-BRONZE MODEL OF A STANDING BODHISATTVA
WEARING THE HAIR IN A HIGH CHIGNON ABOVE A FLORAL CROWN, EARRINGS, A NECKLACE AND BODY ORNAMENTS, HOLDING A LOTUS SPRAY IN ONE HAND, THE FACE PAINTED AND FOREHEAD WITH A THIRD EYE, THE DETAILS INLAID IN CORAL AND OTHER STONES -- 10½.IN (26.7CM) HIGH, 18TH CENTURY.
SEE COLOUR PLATE 44.
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