If you’d like to try an alternative to classic porcelain, then Tonda is the perfect complement to your home.

Newsletter

Follow us

Newsletter

If you'd like to try an alternative to classic porcelain, then Tonda is the perfect complement to your home.

[contact-form-7 id="2226" html_class="cf7_custom_style_1"]

Search

18th Century Tibetan Gilt Bronze of Yama Dharmaraja Buddha

$6,000.00

18th Century Tibetan Gilt Bronze of Yama Dharmaraja Buddha

Category:

Out of stock

Description

A gilt bronze Buddha figure of a Wrathful Deity
18th century (Darmaraja) Dharmaraja, the original Sanskrit term for Chogyal, which may refer to a secular ruler of Sikkim or Bhutan, or a higher-ranking monk in Tibetan Buddhism

The wrathful deity figure is striding in alidhasana on the back of a buffalo over a prostrate figure on a lotus base. His hands are raised in vitarkamudra and he is adorned with festoons, ribbons, and a garland of severed heads. The wrathful bull’s face is shown with bared fangs and bulging eyes and is surmounted by flaming hair. The base is unsealed and detaches from Deity. Excellent condition. Make Offer!

Measures: Height 6 25 inches. (16 cm.)
Width 4.65 inches (11.75 cm)
Depth 2 inches (5 cm)

An Identical sculpture bronze was sold at Sotheby’s Sale 13984 Chinese Ceramics, Works of Art and Textiles. London South Kensington 12 May 2017.

Similar work at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences in Sydney (Australia).

  • Join our exclusive list for our latest acquisitions,
    curated collections, blog posts & more.

     

  • Make A Proper Price Offer.