20 - 21 November 2007
A Tibeto Chinese figure of a bodhisattva
late 18th century
Seated in vajrasana on a lotus base, his right hand in a form of vitarkamudra while the other rests on his lap, wearing dhoti, ornaments and shawl draped over his shoulders and falling along his arms on the lotus base, his face with serene expression, urna and a tiara set in front of his high chignon, sealed
17.3 cm high
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