London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
A Tibetan gilt copper model of Buddha Sakyamuni, 16th Century or earlier
seated in dhyanasana, wearing robes draped over his left shoulder, his hands in bhumisparsha mudra, an alms bowl in his upturned left hand, with typical long lobed ears and blue tight curled hair with usnisa, seated on a double lotus base -- 8½in. (21.6cm.) high.
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