London, South Kensington
14 September 2000
A pair of Nepalese gilt copper plaques
each with a standing deity wearing elaborate jewellery and headdress holding various attributes both with one foot raised on a mythical beast before a flaming mandarla on a lotus petal base -- 8in. (20.5cm.) max. high, 17th Century, (gilt rubbing).
See Colour Plate 1. (2)
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