Lot 123
A Tibetan Gilt Bronze Sculpture of Manjushri
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
18th or 19th century, Manjushri seated on a single lotus blossom pedestal with legs crossed in dhyanasana, her right hand extended in varada mudra and her left in vitarka mudra, she wears an elaborate crown on her head, large earrings, and a neckalce, behind her is a double aureole pointed at the very top, to underside of sculpture is a copper plate with flower incised, edges of copper overlap edges of sculpture.

6.5 in.

From the Collection of Patricia Ann Leahy, Fayetteville, North Carolina

A slight loss on top halo to edge; possible old repair behind her head; probable break and loss of flowers that would have gone from her hands to beyond her shoulders with remnants of stems in both hands; generous losses to gilt; general wear appropriate for age.

$400 - 800