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A gilt-bronze figure of Amitabha Buddha, Tibet, 17/18th century.

60 000 - 80 000 SEK
5 360 - 7 150 EUR
5 690 - 7 580 USD
Hammer price
70 000 SEK
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Cecilia Nordström
Cecilia Nordström
Head Specialist Asian Ceramics and Works of Art, European Ceramics and Glass
+46 (0)739 40 08 02
A gilt-bronze figure of Amitabha Buddha, Tibet, 17/18th century.

Powerfully modelled cast seated in dhyanasana a top double lotus throne with the hands held in dhyana mudra holding an alms bowl, wearing a diaphanous robe falling in neat folds on the base, the face with a serene expression, flanked by a pair of long pendulous ears below tightly curled hair covering the domed ushnisha. The robe elegantly decorated around the edges. Height 16 cm.

Traces of blue colour in hair.


Property of a private Swedish Collector, purchased in London in the 1960's.

More information

Amitabha Buddha is a celestial Buddha according to the traditions of Mahayana Buddhism, and in East Asia as the principle Buddha in Pure Land Buddhism, a major Mahayana subdivision. Pure Land advances an array of heavenly realms and teaches methods by which one may be reborn in one of these paradises. The cult of Amitabha in China can be traced back to at least 2nd century CE, when the Sukhavativyuha Sutra was first translated into Chinese. In Vajrayana Buddhism, Amitabha is considered one of the Five Dhyani Buddhas who is associated with the western direction.

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