London, South Kensington
30 September 1999
A Tibetan bronze model of a kneeling Acala
weilding a sword in one hand and a tied rope with the other, wearing the hair in a tall conical chignon and skull headdress, on an oval double-lotus base -- 6.in (15.9cm) high, 13th/14th Century.
See Colour Plate 2.
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