A Sino-Tibetan Gilt Bronze Jambhala
 

A Sino-Tibetan Gilt Bronze Jambhala

19th century. The bodhisattva of wealth finely cast seated on a lotus pedestal, adorned with jewels, holding a peach in his right hand and a mongoose in his left, his face with bulging eyes, prominent eyebrows and beard, wearing a curved diadem, his hair neatly piled into an usnisha, on a copper base with crossed vajras. Approx. 6 by 4 in., 15.5 by 10 cm.

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Lot #: 116
Auction: Asian and African Decorative Art Auction
Bids: 6 Bidding History
Estimate: $400 - $600
Starting Price: $200
Sold For $390(buyer's premium included)
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