London, South Kensington
10 November 2006
A Tibetan gilt bronze figure of Aksobhya, 16th Century
seated in dhyanasana on a triangular double lotus base, his right hand in bhumisparsa, the earth touching mudra, before him lies a vajra, wearing a sanghati that falls over his left shoulder; and a bronze figure of Avalokitesvara in his four armed Sadaksari form, 19th Century, his primary hands in namaskar mudra, the others holding a padma and beads, wearing an ornate crown and jewellery, the earrings with inlaid turquoise - 3 5/8in. (9.2cm) high max. (2)
Akshobhya, Sotheby's London, 25th November 1980, Lot 27.
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