Lot 2596
Arts of the East: Asian Ceramics & Works of Art | 16 December 2021
A gilt copper figure of a Mahasiddha

18/19th century, Tibet

Mahasiddha, “great” (maha) “accomplished one” (siddha), possibly related to either the Chagzam Tradition of Tangtong Gyalpo or to the Nyingma Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. Seated on a tiger skin over a lotus base holding the medicinal round pill in his right hand and kapala in the left. Bejeweled with turquoise, adorned with a necklace and jewels, large pendant earrings, the hair tied up into an elaborate braided chignon. Gilt copper with turquoise and pigment, the base without a seal.

H 11.5 cm

€ 2.000,00
€ 3.000,00
€ 2.000,00

Hamerprijs: € 2.000