A Tibeto-Chinese gilt bronze figure of Ushnishavijaya
The Bodhisattva of long life attired in elaborate jewelry and raiment, each of her three heads with three eyes all surmounted by her eponymous high ushnisha, her eight arms cast to suspend various now-lost implements including a hole in her upper right palm meant to hold a figure of Amitayus, the lotus petal dais unsealed.
7in (18cm) high
Chinese Works of Art
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