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A large Hindu 12th Century stone fragment with Sanskrit inscription. Extremely heavy, displayed on a custom made iron stand.
Size: (stone only) 14.5" L x 4.5" W x 13" H (entire size on stand) 15"L x 6" W x 17" H
A rare and early bronze figure of Tara from western Tibet.Typical unfinished back. Excellent condition. Tibet 12th C 6 1/2 inches H
A bronze statue of Goddess Annapurna seated on a round lotus throne holding a scepter. 14/15th Century, India. The base is square and has one corner missing, Statue shows prolonged Puja (worship to the object) and has a naturally formed patina. Size: 8x4x4 cm.
Tushita Antiques & Fine Arts Gallery
An old Tibetan thangka of a main figure of Lama, possibly 14th / 15th century. Natural pigment on canvas. Dimensions: 75 cm x 50 cm. Provenance: Estate of Dr. Edward Gerber
An early copper figure from Nepal of Vaishravana.His right hand is holding a citron, the fruit of the jambhara tree and his left hand a mongoose.The strident pose is typical of early Himalayan bronzes. Nepal 14th C 5 1/2 inches H 5 inches W.
A finely carved,rare and early piece from a tantric apron made from human bone. Tibet 14th C. 3 1/4 inches H. 1 1/4 inch W.
A very finely cast ancient Tibetan stupa with base plate intact. Great condition.Terrific presence. Tibet 14th C 6 1/4 inches H.
A fine and rare stone statue of the deity Black Jambhala.He is shown holding a mongoose in his left hand and a skull bowl in his right hand and he is treading on a man.Wear to the top. Tibet 14th C 3 1/8 inches H
A truly world-class Tibetan bronze head of Cakrasamvara, recognizable by the crescent moon in the figure's headdress. The piece is cast, not repousse, and was silvered, as the photos will show. Later consecrations with "cold gold" gilding are also visible. An extraordinary well conceived sculpture, in outstanding, original condition. The only defect is the loss of a flame from one of the skulls adorning his crown. The piece measures just under 5" in height and sits on a custom base (included).
15th Century Gilded Tibetan Manuscript Cover. 28 x 11 inches.
This sculpture includes an inscription on the reverse and is dated to "1427 Samvat," a date that places the sculpture in the 15th century. The piece has sustained a loss to the "edging" along the top (viewer's) right,as well as a loss adjacent to the "canopy," visible in the photograph. The casting quality is, in my opinion, outstanding,completely consistent with the early Jain classical style of sculpture. The piece has a beautiful, warm brown patina. It measures 6-1/4" in height.
This very finely painted manuscript leaf measures 10-1/4" X 4-1/2" and is presented sandwiched between clear acid-free plastic so that both sides can be viewed.The piece is loose inside the frame and could easily be removed, should you wish. There is an old repair to the margin of the paper which does not impinge on the painted figures themselves. Also some very minor losses to the figures themselves, visible in the photos.
An ancient Indian painting of the 24th Jain Tirthankara,Mahavira from the Kalpasutra.He is present in the painting with his lion in the above register.Lavish use of gold. The paper has splitted and was repaired in the back with transparent archival tissue paper.One small piece added to the top of the painting for support. India/Rajasthan 15th C 4 inches H 3 inches W
A small yet ancient and dynamic Himalayan bronze figure from Nepal.Most likely Manjushri or a form of Vajrasattva riding a lion. Damaged. Nepal 15th C 3 inches H 2 1/8 inches W 4 1/2 inches H with base
The Buddha Gallery
A 15thC large iron sculpture of Marici on her Boar. This is a rare Ming sculpture of a young maiden deity, with budding breasts and youthful face, sitting on her wonderful animated boar, which is filled with personality and delight. This creature has as much gentleness, kindness and friendliness in his face and body as I've ever seen in any sculpted metal animal of any kind...
17th Century Bhaisajyaguru Thangka. Antique Tibetan Thangka of the Medicine Buddha seated upon a lotus throne, holding the medicine bowl, and surrounded by Heavenly clouds and four Bodhisattva. Most of these thangka were photographed through glass frames, so there may be a little blurriness. This thankga was in an exhibition at the University of Texas Art Museum. Mineral pigments on silk. 16 x 12 inches, 40 x 30 cm.
This is a large, exceptionally well carved and beautiful Buddhist niche figure from Nepal, dating to the 17th century, possibly the early 18th, but no later than that. The carving measures 11-1/2" X 8" X 4". Deeply carved, as seen in the photos. A stable crack can be seen in the photos. The crack is 100% stable and virtually invisible when looking at the piece directly. It is, in my opinion, relatively unobtrusive, especially given the great beauty of the face itself...
This is an incredibly rare, large copper repousse yantra diagram from Nepal, dating to no later than the 17th century. The entire rim is engraved with a lengthy inscription (untranslated) which may well incorporate a date (?). Extensive devotional remains of puja worship are present together with traces of gilding and can be seen in the photos. An important Hindu relic, the plaque measures 16-1/2" x 13-1/2".