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Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Ritual Objects : Pre 1970 item #961746
GALERIE GELUK Asian and Buddhist Art
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Conch shell with many stones: lapis lazuli, emerald, turkois, ruby, blood coral. The face and the body are bone. Great craftmanship (gilt copper filigree). Length 25 cm. Wide 10 cm.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Pre 1900 item #148512 (stock #41-34)
Silk Road Gallery
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During Buddhist festivals in Tibet, the horses were adorned (and when possible still are) with colorful trappings such as this "hat," which was placed just under the horse forelock to extend down between the eyes. The piece is constructed of thick wool pile backed and bound on the sides with heavy fabric. Leather strips sewn to the backing were used to tie the hat to the harness. Because the pieces were made especially for religious festivals, each one is a small treasure of Buddhist symbolism...
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Paintings : Pre 1960 item #1093468 (stock #85)
PRAJNAGALLERY
$400.00
Large old Tibetan Buddhist Thangka painting depicting Vajrabhairava the wrathful tantric emanation of Manjushri. together with various other wrathful deities including Mahakala, Yama and Palden Lhamo, at the top are the figures of three Lamas. The painting comes complete with its dark blue silk brocade mounting with red and yellow silk strips bordering the painting. There is also a thin worn yellow silk ‘veil’ which can hang over the painting to protect it...
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Ritual Objects : Pre 1980 item #1410315 (stock #4A14)
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
$65.00
Tibetan Buddhist Pray Wheel, 12" long, 2 3/4" wide for Copper Prayer Wheel, low relief Brass Buddhist symbols on the Copper on the side, raised Tibetan Letters on top of the Copper Cap with silver rim. The handle is old Bamboo with old round Shell in the middle, Silver Cap with punctured hole at the end. Old and new repaired mixture and new prayer script is stored inside the Copper Prayer Wheel.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Ritual Objects : Pre 1920 item #587618 (stock #T107)
Asian Ethnic Artifacts
This small elaborate Buddhist monk's medicine bottle is sewn into a larger pouch of burgundy homespun wool fabric with yellow/gold silk lining. When worn, the stopper would be securely held in the bottle by a system of handmade cords and bands. The medicine bottle would be worn outside the robes and suspended on the Monk's belt. These were used for both travel and ceremonies.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Ritual Objects : Pre 1900 item #886906 (stock #41-39)
Silk Road Gallery
$1,100.00
This 19th century Tibetan Buddhist Tantrayna ritual crown was worn by Tibetan lamas during empowerment ceremonies. The five panels that form the crown are painted and gilded with images of Tantric yidams, teachers of the Tantric principles of the path to enlightenment. The yidams are depicted with yogini, their female partners. Five silk ribbons on each side of the crown hang from an embroidered emblem. The piece shows wear but is in good condition with all five paintings distinct...
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Sculpture : Pre 1837 VR item #1098077 (stock #86)
PRAJNAGALLERY
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Tibetan clay plaque probably representing Marpa the Translator, the 11th century scholar & teacher, one of the most renowned saints in Tibetan Buddhist history. Marpa's teacher was the Indian yogin Nâropa, and his most famous disciple was Milarepa. The plaque dates to the 19th century or earlier and measures 13x9 cm
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Sculpture : Pre 1800 item #1234107
GALERIE GELUK Asian and Buddhist Art
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Antique gilt bronze statue of the crowned bodhisattva Samantabhadra (Kuntuzangpo in Tibetan)riding on his six-tusked elephant. He is the protector of the lotus sutra. Samantabhadra means universal virtue and universal worthy. The six tusks represent the six paramitas and the overcoming of the attachment to the six senses. Height 45 cm. and 22 cm. wide. Base 28 / 18 cm. Weight 6 kg. In good condition. Tibet, 17/18th. century.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Sculpture : Pre 1900 item #1093472
GALERIE GELUK Asian and Buddhist Art
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Rare and beautiful statue of of the fully enlightened Buddha Namasangiti, a principal form of Manjushri. He has twelve arms. The hands against his breast - vyakara mudra. The second pair (tarpana mudra)is sprinkling the ambrosia (amrita) contained in the bowl in his lap. In the other hands: sword, bow, arrow. The hands above his head: Adamantine Circle (vajrachakra mudra), symbolizing Mount Meru. Height 20 cm., 15 cm. wide, 9.5 cm. deep. The bottom is closed. The bronze is of heavy quality...
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Sculpture : Pre 1920 item #1388956
Zentner Collection
$7,500.00
Tibetan bronze figure of Tara, goddess of compassion. She is seated on a double lotus base with her right foot extended and resting on a smaller lotus. Her left hand holds the stem of an utpala flower (symbolizing longevity) between her thumb and third finger in Vitarka Mudra or teaching gesture. Her right hand is resting palm up on her knee with just thumb and forefinger touching in Varada Mudra, the gesture of boundless giving. On her right side, blooms a lotus...
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Sculpture : Pre 1900 item #1280922
Jack Nelis Asian and Tribal Art
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Vajradhara or Dorje Chang in Tibetan is the ultimate primordial Buddha or Adi Buddha according to the Gelug and Kagyu schools of Tibetan Buddhism. This fine example is from Tibet or possibly from Nepal. It is well proportioned and has very nice facial features. Please note the fine engraving on the back of the figure. It is in a very good condition with normal age wear, a nice patina and remains of polychrome. H. 23 cm. From a Dutch private collection.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Ritual Objects : Pre 1800 item #1030565
GALERIE GELUK Asian and Buddhist Art
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This three-sided bronze phurba is 23,5 cm. long and has one face. The vajra is not open. Weight 325 grams. Late 18th century. In good condition with beautiful patin. Tibet.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Sculpture : Pre 1900 item #1071095 (stock #70)
PRAJNAGALLERY
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A large Tibetan copper figure of the Green Tara, one of the most popular meditational deities in the Tibetan Buddhist pantheon who personifies active compassion. This large (and heavy) ‘bronze’ probably dates to around the late 19th century. The face has been gilded and there are turquoise and coral stones mounted in the headdress and jewelry though these may be later replacements...
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Sculpture : Pre 1900 item #1094974
GALERIE GELUK Asian and Buddhist Art
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Small, detailed bronze statue of Shakyamuni Buddha. Height 6.3 cm., 5 cm. wide and 3 cm. deep. Weight 121 gr. In very good condition.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Pre 1920 item #1398528 (stock #4A10A)
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
$150.00
Tibetan Brass Yak Butter Lamp, Oil Lamp, possibly used in old Temple, it is hard to date exact date, 19th century, worn etched design of Lotus leaves on the lower stem area, and etched Temple sign on the side, 2 3/8" high, 2 1/4" diameter-top rim, 1 1/2" diameter-bottom rim, it is aged with years of usage.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Ritual Objects : Pre 1920 item #1398564 (stock #4A3)
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
$150.00
Set of 2 graduated size of Tibetan Yak Butter Lamp, Oil Lamp, hard to date for this set of butter lamp, 3/4" high 3 5/8" x 1 1/2" wide-larger piece, 5/8" high 2 7/8" x 1 1/8" wide for smaller piece, shows old age.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Pre 1940 item #1398523 (stock #4A10)
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
$175.00
Tibetan polished Heavy Brass Door Knocker, Door Handle, 4 1/8" diameter-back plate, 1 1/8" width for back plate, 3 1/8" deep-entire length of screw, double Dragon knocker, heavy octagonal shape screw attached. The polished heavy brass is very nice quality and clean, ready to hang on your door.
Indian Subcontinent : Himalayas : Ritual Objects : Pre 1900 item #171472 (stock #58-98)
Silk Road Gallery
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Painted panels framed in intricate gesso work cover all four sides of this mid-19th century Tibetan box-table. Used in Tibetan monasteries to serve tea and perform rituals, low tables such as this one have long, pull-out drawers to hold Buddhist texts or scrolls. Both ends of this table are painted with the Buddhist "jewel of the doctrine," a cluster of wish-fulfilling gems known as "cintamani" on a tray...
 
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