London, South Kensington
19 July 2001
A Sino-Tibetan gilt bronze Buddha
modelled seated in dhyanasana, wearing robes draped over one shoulder, pendulous earlobes, tightly curled hair and serene expression, on a double-lotus base -- 4½in. (11.4cm.) high; and a gilt bronze figure of Vajrapani, wearing elaborately decorated robes, celestial scarf and flaming headdress, holding a vajra in his right hand, two snakes underfoot, standing on a lotus base -- 4in. (10.9cm.) high, (rubbing to gilt).
See Illustration. (2)
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