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A GILT COPPER ALLOY FIGURE OF A STANDING BUDDHA, THAILAND, 19TH CENTURY

PROPERTY OF A WEST COAST COLLECTOR

A GILT COPPER ALLOY FIGURE OF A STANDING BUDDHA, THAILAND, 19TH CENTURY

A GILT COPPER ALLOY FIGURE OF A STANDING BUDDHA, THAILAND, 19TH CENTURY

A GILT COPPER ALLOY FIGURE OF A STANDING BUDDHA

THAILAND, 19TH CENTURY


Height 14¼ in., 37.5 cm

In overall fair condition for an object of this type and age. With wear to the gilding as visible in the catalogue illustration. A chip from the gilding particularly visible along the proper right cheek. The proper left ear missing and showing a minor area of verdigris. Accretion along the curls of the hair. The tips of the fingers missing. The sculpture is nailed in between the feet to a wooden base.


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