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A GILT-LACQUER BRONZE FIGURE OF AMITABHA
MING DYNASTY, 16TH / 17TH CENTURY
Estimate
10,00015,000
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130
A GILT-LACQUER BRONZE FIGURE OF AMITABHA
MING DYNASTY, 16TH / 17TH CENTURY
Estimate
10,00015,000
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A GILT-LACQUER BRONZE FIGURE OF AMITABHA
MING DYNASTY, 16TH / 17TH CENTURY
the figure standing holding an alms bowl in the right hand, the long, pendent left arm extending the varada mudra, a wan symbol in relief on the bare chest and the body draped in pleated robes with floral and beaded borders over a ribbon-waisted dhoti, supported below by a double-lotus base further raised on a lappet-encircled base 
Height 22 1/2  in., 57.2 cm
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Catalogue Note

Compare two examples, the first sold at Christie's New York, 28th June 1984, lot 207; and another, sold in these rooms, 16th March 1984, lot 137.

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