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A Gilt Bronze Figure of Kurukulla Tibet, 16th Century The four-armed deity dancing with both legs angled, holding a bow and lotus in her left hands, wearing a garland of severed heads, a girdle of beaded festoons and pendent sashes inset with turquoise and semi-precious stones, her head slightly angled with the 'third eye', flanked by elaborate disk earrings and a skull tiara inset with hardstones and surmounted by flaming hair, richly gilt overall 12½ in. (31.7 cm.) high

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A Gilt Bronze Makara Finial Tibet, 13th/14th Century The mythical creature with crocodile body elaborately cast with gaping mouth and coiled trunk, its tail rising up in a finely detailed foliate swirl, thickly cast from high copper content bronze with rich gilding, the base plate with two prongs.

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SHADAKSHARI LOKESHVARA - Vergoldete Bronze. Tibet, ca. 18. bis 19. Jh. - - Der[...], mis en vente lors de la vente "Art d'Asie" à Galerie Zacke |

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Standing Avalokitesvara. Brass with silver and copper inlay, Pritzker Collection

Shadakshari Avalokiteshvara. Feuervergoldete Bronze. Tibet. 17./18. Jh. - Die[...], mis en vente lors de la vente "Art d'Asie" à Kunsthaus Lempertz |

Statuette de Shadakshari Avalokiteshvara en alliage de cuivre doré, Mongolie, XVIIIe-XIXe siècle