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BUDDHA AKSHABHYA (Item No. Statue A01)

Price: £245 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 45 - 150 years approx
Height: 205mm approx

A gilded and painted bronze statue.


CHENRESIG Avalokiteshvara (Item No. Statue A02)

Price: £245 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 5 - 10 years approx
Height: 235mm approx

A gilded and painted bronze statue.


GANESHA (Item No. Statue A03)

Price: £175 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 5 - 10 years approx
Height: 155mm approx

A gilded bronze statue with traces of red.

MANJUSHRI (Item No. Statue A04)

Price: £245 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 5 - 10 years approx
Height: 235mm approx

A gilded and painted bronze statue.


BUDDHA MAYATRAYA (Item No. Statue A05)

Price: £245 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 5 - 10 years approx
Height: 215mm approx

A gilded and painted bronze statue.


PADMASAMBHAVA GURU RINPOCHE (Item No. Statue A06)

Price: £125 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 20 - 40 years approx
Height: 225mm approx

A painted bronze statue.


PADMASAMBHAVA GURU RINPOCHE (Item No. Statue A07)

Price: £95 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 25 - 50 years approx
Height: 150mm approx

A bronze statue. The feathers on his hat have been knocked off and the statue has no khatvangha


PADMASAMBHAVA GURU RINPOCHE (Item No. Statue A08)

Price: £125 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 5 - 10 years approx
Height: 170mm approx

A bronze or brass statue.


GREEN TARA (Item No. Statue A09)

Price: £245 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 5 - 10 years approx
Height: 225mm approx

A gilded and painted bronze statue.


GREEN TARA (Item No. Statue A10)

Price: £185 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 10 - 20 years approx
Height: 217mm approx

A bronze or brass statue.


GREEN TARA (Item No. Statue A11)

Price: £125 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 20 - 40 years approx
Height: 220mm approx

A painted bronze statue.


TARA HEAD (Item No. Statue A12)

Price: £245 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 50 - 150 years approx
Height: 258mm approx

A bronze statue with traces of gilding.


STANDING TARA (Item No. Statue A13)

Price: £275 (including postage in UK)
(Postage to the rest of the world is possible, but with its weight postage costs will be high. Postage outside of the UK will be done at cost.)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 20 - 40 years approx
Height: 780mm approx

A large standing brass statue.


WHITE TARA (Item No. Statue A14)

Price: £245 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 5 - 10 years approx
Height: 228mm approx

A gilded and painted bronze statue.


WHITE TARA (Item No. Statue A15)

Price: £165 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 5 - 10 years approx
Height: 210mm approx

A bronze statue.


LARGE CLOISONNÉ WHITE TARA (Item No. Statue A16)

Price: £895 (including postage in the UK)
(Postage to the rest of the world is possible, but with its weight postage costs will be high. Postage outside of the UK will be done at cost.)

Origin: China or Tibet
Age: 5 -10 years approx
Height: 580mm approx

Width: 350mm approx

An impressive, very beautiful, large and very heavy statue of White Tara with cloisonné decoration.



RAHULA (Item No. Statue A17)

Price: £495 (including postage in the UK)
(Postage to the rest of the world is possible, but with its weight postage costs will be high. Postage outside of the UK will be done at cost.)

Origin: China or Tibet
Age: 5 - 10 years approx
Height: 318mm approx

Width: 265mm approx

An impossing large statue of the most wrathful of protectors.

Rahula is fiercely wrathful with his nine heads arising from an oceam of blood on his great snakes tail. Each of his faces has three large eyes and a gaping mouth with exposed fangs. On his stomach is the large face which devoured the nine planets of our solar system. His body is covered with numerous eyes indicating that he is protecting the sacred teachings in all ten directions.

The draws a mighty bow and arrow while holding aloft a scepter and a snake lasso for binding neurosis. His lower body is that of a coiled naga serpent arising from an ocean of blood, symbolizing the release of worldly attachments. Flames and smoke surround him in a halo, symbolising the incineration of all the miseries of the world.

This is a very powerful and rare statue and would be a wonderful addition to any altar or shrine room.


DAKINI (PROBABLY VAJRAYOGINI) (Item No. Statue A18)

Price: £445 (including postage in the UK)
(Postage to the rest of the world is possible, but with its weight postage costs will be high. Postage outside of the UK will be done at cost.)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 50 - 200 years approx
Height: 420mm approx

Width: 240mm approx

A tall, old solid bronze statue of a dakini - the enlighted aspect of the feminine - probably VajraYogini.

This statue - the size and weight of a small child - is an oustanding powerful example and is suitable for a large shrine room or a domestic house as a ritual object or a wonderful piece of artShe is naked except for human-bone dancers ornaments, and she holds a flaying knife and a human skull bowl and there is a ring in the crook of her arm which looks like it originally held a tantric khatvanga staff, now missing (making me think she is Vajradakini) There has never been a flame nimbus around her.

The statue is in good condition and is a splendid large example of her.


VERY LARGE GARUDA (Item No. Statue A19)

Price: £995 (including postage in the UK)
(Postage to the rest of the world is possible, but with its weight of around 15 kilos (34 pounds)
postage costs will be high. Postage outside of the UK will be done at cost.)

Origin: Tibet
Age: 70 - 200 years approx
Height: 590mm approx

Wing Span: 880mm approx

An impressive, old, very large and very heavy, solid bronze statue of a garuda.

Garudas are an important aspect of Asian cosmology, right from the south of South East Asia and up into Siberia, where some shamans work with garuda birds spirits which are very much like Native American Thunderbirds.

Garuda represent the air element in Tibetan Buddhism and are said to be have a wingspan of several miles. They never land and are powerful protector beings especially being the enermy of Nagas - the water spirits snakes of Asian cosmology.

This heavy bronze statue - the size of a small child - is an oustanding powerful example and is suitable for a large shrine room or a domestic house as a ritual object or a wonderful piece of art.


CHITIPATI LORD OF THE CHARNEL GROUND (Item No. Statue A20)

Price: £145 (including postage Worldwide)

Origin: Tibet or Nepal
Age: 45 - 150 years approx
Height: 172mm approx

A bronze statue of the lord of the graveyard Chitipati. In the form of a skeleton, and often shown as a pair of male and female skeltons in sexual union, Chitipati is a special guardian spirit, especially associated as a protection against theft.


MAHAPRATISARA (Item No. Statue A21)

Price: £245 (including postage in UK)
(Postage to Europe - additional £40)
(Postage Outside of Europe - additional £70)

Origin: China or Tibet
Age: 25 - 100 years approx
Height: 305mm approx

A large, heavy bronze with gold paste decoration statue of the Tibetan Buddhist long-life mother goddess Usnisha-vijaya.

Mahapratisara has four heads and eight arms. She is white in colour and often her heads are coloured yellow, white, red and green. Traditionally In her right hands she holds a vajra, an arrow, a sword and in her left hands holds a trident, a bow and an axe while her two principal hands hold a wheel and a garment - although now none of these items remain with the statue.

It is said that offerings and mantras made to this protectress deity gives great benefit and protection from all forms of dangers and illness, and helps to eliminate past non-virtuous karma. People who perform her practice are said to take rebirth in higher realms, their body becoming a vajra body which is not affected by fire, weapons and others means of harm.

The statue is not of the highest quality, the detailing is not fine, but it is still a nicely proportioned, large rupa. She does not hold any of the ritual objects which she normally holds, these may well have been separate to the statue and lost during it's life. The statue is suitable for use in a shrine room, on an altar or could simply be enjoyed as a work of art.