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This rare and special statue of Avalokiteshvara or Guanyin with mandorla is very elegant and detailed. The quality of the bronze is excellent. Height 37 cm. Qing dynasty. Sino-Tibetan.
The double vajra or vishvavajra is the symbol of Amoghasiddhi. Each part has nine prongs, associated with the nine methods or vehicles (yanas), leading to enlightment in the Nyingma tradition. Size 9.5 cm. In excellent condition. Very beautiful object.
Bhairava is a wrathful manifestation of Shiva. He holds a skull cup and a stick. Height 13 cm. India, 16/17th. century.
Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1800 item #1108363
Virabhadra is a by Shiva created warrior who protects the Hindu gods and sages. As a spiritual warrior: striving to overcome our own weaknesses. The bronze is of good, heavy quality. Height 16 cm. India, 16/17th. century. India.
A well sculptured wood piece depicting the head of the Dipankara Buddha, one of the most popular Nepalese divinities . Nepal, 18 to early 19th cent. H. 22 cm; W. 21 cm. Good patina; few age cracks.
This gold repousse (22ct) representation of Krishna subdueing Katiya, dancing on Katiya (Katiya mardanam) was the center piece of a necklace that belonged to a priest. Katiya was a seven-headed poisonous snake (naga). Great craftsmanship. India, Tamil Nadu, second half of the 19th. century. The backside is silver (sse the pictures). In excellent condition. Size 5 / 4.3 cm. Weight 28.2 grams. Second half of the 19th. century
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From our Indian Subcontinent Collection, a stunningly beautiful 19th century Khavakend-influenced Kashmiri silver teapot of bulbous teardrop form, finely chased in the rosette pattern with paisley and chinar motifs. This extremely fine teapot sits atop a flat rounded base with an avian-form handle, beak-form spout, and a dome-shaped hinged lid...
Lap desk with carved wood panels depicting lions, dogs, elephants and birds among tendrils. Framed by Sadeli micro mosaic, bone and ebony banding. Fitted interior with several compartments made of sandalwood and lined with red velvet or green fabric. Functioning lock with key. Condition: all knobs replaced, missing banding and Sadeli mosaic. Carved panels chipped. Dimension: closed: 32.2 cm wide x 24.2 cm deep, 8.5 cm high, weight: over 2 kg.
Amitayus, the Buddha of long life with his consort Tsendali. Ts√©yum tsendali is a long life practice, a treasure teaching of Tsendali. This gilt bronze statue is of excellent quality and decorated with turquoise and blood coral. Tibet, 19th. century. The base is closed.
Small graceful statue of Buddha Shakyamuni with a text engraved on the backside of the base. Gilt bronze. Tibet, 18/19th. century. Height 11 cm. and 6.5 cm. wide. In very good condition.
Good heavy quality bronze figure of Durga killing Mahisha, the buffalo demon. Height 11.7 cm. and 8.2 cm. wide. India, 16/17th. century.
Antique bronze statue of Lakshman, brother of Rama. In good condition. The height is 10.8 cm. and the base is 3.2 / 3.2 cm. India, 17th. century
Elegant small bronze statue of Parvati. 16th./17th. century. India. Height 12.8 cm. Base: 4.9 / 4.9 cm.
Rare small Indian statue of Rama, Sita and Lakshman. 16th./17th. century. Size: height 9.5 cm., 9.3 cm. wide and 4 cm. deep.
Jack Nelis Asian Antiques
SOLD TO THE USA
Made in Ganga-Jumna (two color bronze) technique in the 17th century. This complicated technique is nowadays lost. Please note the very fine detail on this figure, like bracelets, anklets and rings. H. 13 cm. Provenance: private collection Belgium. I have many other pieces from this collection and I will be getting more top quality pieces in the future. Please email me for more information.
This Tibetan quartz or rock crystal skull cup has a copper stand. The skull cup is decorated with small lapis lazuli, turquoise and rock crystal skulls, blood coral, emerald, ruby. In good condition. Size 23.5 / 16 cm. Height 8.5 cm. (with stand 15 cm.
Jambhala is the Buddhist form of Kubera, the god of wealth and lord of the earth spirits (Yaksha). He has a lemon in his right hand and a nakula, a mongoose (spitting jewels) in his left hand. In very good condition.
Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1920 item #1103487
Large and heavy (5 kg.) Tibetan gau or traveling shrine with a tsa tsa of Kalachakra and his consort Vishvamata. The gau is filled with prayers etc. and in very good condition. Size 46 / 42 cm. and 12 cm deep.