London, South Kensington
10 November 2006
A Tibetan gilt-bronze model of a Tara, 18th Century
seated in dyanasana on a double lotus base, with her right hand in varada mudra, her left in vitarka mudra, wearing beaded jewellery and an ornate five leaved crown with floral roundel earrings, surrounded by twin padma flowersprays, and with a draped celestial scarf - 4 3/8in. (11.1cm) high.
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