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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

A Gilt Bronze Figure of Kurukulla Tibet, Century The four-armed deity dancing with both legs angled, holding a bow and lotus in her left hands

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A Bronze Figure of a Dharmapala   Tibet, 17th/18th Century   The four-armed deity dancing with a ferocious expression with flaming hair and a skull tiara, wearing a tiger-skin dhoti and a garland of severed heads  8 1/8 in. (20.5 cm.) high

A Bronze Figure of a Dharmapala Tibet, Century The four-armed deity dancing with a ferocious expression with flaming hair and a skull tiara, wearing a tiger-skin dhoti and a garland of severed heads 8 in.

Chakrasamvara Vajravarahi 15c

Indian, Himalayan and Southeast Asian Works of Art Including Property from the Estate of Dr. Claus Virch - View Auction details, bid, buy and collect .

Chinese Manjushri on a Lion c. 1150–1300 China, Southern Song or Jin dynasty (1127–1279/1115–1234). Mañjuśrī is often depicted as riding on a blue lion, or sitting on the skin of a lion. This represents the use of wisdom to tame the mind, which is compared to riding or subduing a ferocious lion.

Manjushri On A Lion, China Southern Song or Jin dynasty Gilt bronze .

The Bodhisattva Maitreya, the Buddha of the Future

The Bodhisattva Maitreya, the Buddha of the Future Period: Thakuri period Date: century Culture: Nepal (Kathmandu Valley) Medium: Copper alloy with gilding and color Dimensions: H.

A Gilt Bronze Figure of an Eleven-Headed Avalokiteshvara, Tibet, 15th-16th century

A Gilt Bronze Figure of an Eleven-Headed Avalokiteshvara, Tibet, century - Alain.

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