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GILT BRONZE BUDDHA FIGURE OF MANJUSHRI, SITA

Ming Dynasty Chinese Sino-Tibetan gilt bronze Buddha figure of Manjushri, Sita (Tibetan: jam pal kar po. English: the White One of Glorious Melodious Speech): the bodhisattva of wisdom, from the Siddhaikavira Tantra in the tradition of Mati Panchen. Beautiful, youthful and calm of expression, he has one face and two hands. The hair is piled on the crown of the head with some falling loose across the shoulders. The right hand extended forward rests atop the knee performing the mudra (gesture) of supreme generosity with the palm open and fingers extended. At the heart, delicately held between the fingers of the left hand, a lotus stem rises above the left shoulder supporting a blossom. A jewel crown, hair ribbons, large looped earrings, a choker, short and long necklaces, bracelets and anklets beautifully adorn the body. Draped across the upper arms and lower torso is a silk garment with an inner liner. The lower body is covered with a short skirt. The legs are folded in vajra posture, right over left, above a moon disc and flower blossom seat rising from lotus pond. Extensive trace of gilt and blue pigment on the hair.Dimension: 8-1/2" HPROVENANCE: The private collections of Earl Sorensen, based out of Atlanta, is known as a prominent Buddha collector. A International businessman whom trades with various Asian countries during the 1960s. On a business trip in Western China, he received a Buddha statue as gift from a monk. Since then, he has became fascinated with Buddhist artifacts and Eastern cultures. After many decades, Earl Sorensen has planned his retirement, and decided to pass his beloved collections to appreciate collectors. Earl Sorensen's collections can be found from Lot-55 through Lot-65, and from Lot-93 through Lot-110.Read more

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MING GILT BRONZE FIGURE OF SHAKYAMUNI BUDDHA

A Ming Dynasty Chinese gilt bronze figure of Shakyamuni Buddha (Tibetan: sha kya tu pa, sang gye. English: the Enlightened One, Sage of the Shakya Clan) together with Lama Tsongkapa above and protectors below. Formal in appearance, with natural painted eyes and lips, gazes forward with partially closed eyes and the blue-black hair on the head is piled in a tuft on top with a single gold ornament adorning the crown. Between the eyebrows is a white dot and adorning the neck are three horizontal lines. The earlobes are long and pierced. With the right arm bare the hand is extended across the knee in the earth touching mudra. The left performs the mudra of meditation palm upward in the lap. Across the left shoulder is a patchwork robe. A similar lower garment is tied at the waist with a sash. The legs are folded in vajra posture above a moon disc and double lotus throne. In front of top seat is a vajra. Extensive trace of gilt and dark-blue pigment on the hair. The underside with incised quatrefoil flori-form petal visvavajra mark surrounding the centralized DaiJi (half). "Born in the Shakya race through skillful means and compassion; destroying the army of Mara who was unable to be destroyed by others; with a body radiant like a mountain of gold. Homage to you, King of Shakya." (Sakya liturgical verse).Dimension: 8" HPROVENANCE: The private collections of Earl Sorensen, based out of Atlanta, is known as a prominent Buddha collector. A International businessman whom trades with various Asian countries during the 1960s. On a business trip in Western China, he received a Buddha statue as gift from a monk. Since then, he has became fascinated with Buddhist artifacts and Eastern cultures. After many decades, Earl Sorensen has planned his retirement, and decided to pass his beloved collections to appreciate collectors. Earl Sorensen's collections can be found from Lot-55 through Lot-65, and from Lot-93 through Lot-110.Read more

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LARGE HANGING MUSICAL GREEN JADE CHIME, QIN

EXTRA Large Chinese spinach-green jade plaque carved in shape of an elephant, standing with the head gazed toward right shoulder, simulated the musical chime (Qin), is a ministerial emblem and a symbol of the exercise of discrimination and of felicity, one of The Eight Precious Things, also known as the Eight Treasures, or babao in Chinese, are auspicious symbols of good fortune. The nephrite stone is decorated on reverse sides with shallow relief with stylized ruyi clouds with centralized four archaic character medallion. The spinach-green Jade plaque is connected by a Fu-bat shaped central enameled cloisonne work link supported and held by elaborately open work carved hardwood frame stand in floral foliate motif. The nephrite jade shows spinach-green color with shades of darker inclusions, with moist milky appearance. A stone chime Qing is an ancient musical instrument rather like a bell, it was an ‘L’ shaped stone suspended by a string and struck with a stick. Originally some of the stones were of made of jade. The chime is important in symbolism because Qing means ‘high ranking official’ and Qing ‘celebrate’. Sometimes two Qing's are shown placed together to form a rectangle to represent ‘doubling’ the wish for an official appointment.Dimension (Jade): 429.7mm W x 356.5mm H Dimension (Stand): 33-1/4" H x 10-1/2" W Weight (Jade): 9kgRead more

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