Tibet, 14th century
the smiling deity seated with legs crossed, holding a vajra and ghanta in each hand, adorned with jewelry and a tiara inlaid with pearl and colored beads; together with a parcel-gilt-copper figure of Yuddhajaya, seated in vajraparyankasana on a lotus pedestal, holding a textile-fringed chain-mail armour section, Tibeto-Chinese, 18th century
Yuddhajaya, or 'Victorious in War', is one of the thirty-five Buddhas of Confession. The use of parcel gilding to contrast the body with the the gilded robes was a popular tradition in China from the late 17th century.
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