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  • Thumbnail for Kursran and Shirin
    Kursran and Shirin by Unknown

    Paint on paper; 9 1/8 x 6 1/16 inches.

  • Thumbnail for Chopstick and Knife Set
    Chopstick and Knife Set by Unknown

    Chopstick and knife set, wood, with brass mounts, Sino-Tibetan.

  • Thumbnail for The Teacher of Rama
    The Teacher of Rama by Unknown

    Paint on paper; 9 15/16 x 13 3/16 inches.

  • Thumbnail for Woman Worshipping Image of Krishna
    Woman Worshipping Image of Krishna by Unknown

    Paint on paper; 8 x 5 3/4 inches.

  • Thumbnail for Shakyamuni Buddha and Attendants - Thangka
    Shakyamuni Buddha and Attendants - Thangka by Unknown

    38 (L) x 23-1/2 (W) inches. Ink and color on cloth. Shakyamuni, the Historical Buddha is seated in the center on a lotus throne. His blue and gold radiant halo is framed by billowing clouds and flanked by a landscape. He holds a bowl of peaches in his left hand with his right i the earth witness mudra and wears a red and yellow robe. Above him, left to right, are Lozang Kalzang (7th Dalai Lama), Bajradhara, Amitayus; Buddha Akshoba, three-faced Savavid and Rajapani. He is flanked by two Mahassiddas on asses above two sacred elephants. In front of the throne are two disciples and below is Jambhala, Mahasuvarna Vaishravana and Black Jambhala (the Three gods of wealth). On the reverse are eleven red ink mantric inscriptions: Om ah hum. Mounted as a scroll with red and yellow silk frames on dark blue silk with a faded red silk dust cover and plain silver scroll ends.

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    Wheel of Life Thangka by Unknown

    64 (L) x 39 (W) inches. Yama, the Lord of Death holds the Wheel of Life in his mouth and claws. A three-eyed growling bear-like creature with fangs, clawed hands and feet, he wears blue floral wrist and ankle bracelets, a tiger skin loin cloth and a five-skull crown. The Wheel he holds symbolizes the endless cycle of rebirth. In the center are the Three Poisons: the Snake carried by the Pigeon attacking the Pig. The Six Conditions of rebirth are depicted i the body of the Wheel and the Twelve Causes of rebirth are on the rim of the Wheel. Mounted as a scroll with orange and turquoise silk frames on purple silk brocade with a green and red silk dust covers and plain silver scroll ends.

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    Horn and Silver Snuff Bottle by Unknown

    1-7/8 inches (W) x 2-3/4 (H). Snuff bottle, horn with silver mounts set with various,gemstones.

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    Butter Lamp by Unknown

    7-1/2 inches (Dia.) x 3-3/8 (H). Silver butter lamp with removable lid. The large cup divided into two registers by ribbed banding. The upper register, below the flaring rim, is engraved with the Eight sacred Buddhist Symbols and the lower register with lotus flowers alternating with offering bowls. The cup sits on a high pedestal base consisting of a scrolling lotus and SHOU medallion bead above an elongated lotus petal base with two rows of lotus petals above a plain cone foot finished with a stylized vegetable design at the bottom. The plain lid has three coin cut-outs and is fitted with a small silver hat shield which is attached to the open center rim hole and has thin silver tube for the wick.

  • Thumbnail for Woman Playing Sitar with Hills and City in the Background
    Woman Playing Sitar with Hills and City in the Background by Unknown

    Paint on paper; 9 15/16 x 13 3/16 inches.

  • Thumbnail for Bearded Nobleman Holding Flower or Jewel
    Bearded Nobleman Holding Flower or Jewel by Unknown

    Paint on paper; 7 1/8 x 4 1/8 inches.

  • Thumbnail for Padmasambhava Thangka
    Padmasambhava Thangka

    47-3/4 (L) x 29 (W) inches. Padmasambhava, a follower of Vajrayana Buddhism is credited with subduing and incorporating the native Tibetan Tsug religious deities into the Buddhist pantheon and founder of the Nyingmapa sect. Padmasambhava as Gurau Rimpoche (the Precious Teacher) is seated in the center on a lotus throne, surrounded by other manifestations of himself, mahasiddas and other deities. He is dressed in layered yellow, green blue and red voluminous robes and wears his red and gold peaked mitre hat topped with a golden dorje or ritual staff, against his left shoulder and in his raised right hand he holds a dorje. On either side of him are consorts, Mandarawa and Yeshetsogyal. Above, from left to right are Vajrahana and his consort in YabYum, Vajrapani, Amitabha, and two Mahasiddas; followed by unidentified figure, Mahakara Yab Yum, Chenrezi, Dakini and Lodan Chrogsre; Nyma Ozer and Shakyasengge. Below him are an unidentified protective deity Guru Sengge, Lion-head Dakini and Dorje Drolo; Rahu, Begtse, an unidentified Dam Chen guardian; Dorje Legspa on a snow lion in the left corner, a group of heavenly musicians and Tsering Ma on a snow lion in the right corner. On the reverse are two mantric inscriptions: Om ah hum and a dedication in black ink. Mounted as a scroll with red and yellow silk brocade frames on green brocade with painted yellow and red silk dust cover and plain silver scroll ends.

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    Shakyamuni Stong Sku (or 1000 Bodies) Thangka by Unknown

    54 (L) x 29 (W) inches. Painting on cloth in U-Tri, central Tibetan style. Shakyamuni, the Historical Buddha, sits cross legged in the middle in the teaching pose with 49 other representations of Buddha I the background. The central figure is line drawn in orange in on a blue and orange lotus throne with a blue and gold rayed halo. On the reverse is a poem compose by Phurchok Champa, tutor of the 13th Dalai Lama in gold ink and a mantra in black ink. this thangka is a reproduction of one of a series of 21 thangkas commissioned by Champa Tsultrim and Changchub Gelek. This type of repetitive multi-image thangka was done in order to gain merit. Mounted as a scroll with red and gold silk brocade frames on polychrome floral silk brocade with yellow and red silk dust covers and plain silver scroll ends.

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    Amitabha Buddha (O-pa-me) Thangka

    64 (L) x 34-1/2 (W) inches. Painting on cloth in U-Tri or central Tibetan style. Amitabha, the Buddha of Infinite Light , is seated in the center with crossed legs on a lotus throne presiding over his Paradise with multicolored halos and his palace behind him. He wears a red and yellow drape over his green robe and holds a bowl with three peaches. In the left corner is Avalokiteshvara and upper right corner is Padmasambhava. Below him within the palace walls are the Eight Bodhisattvas with an extra devotee and musician attendants. In the lower corners are two monks seated on lotus flowers. On the reverse are eleven red ink mantric inscriptions; Om ah hum. Mounted as a scroll with red silk brocade frame on orange dragon brocade with four brass scroll ends and no dust covers.

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    Amitayus Thangka by Unknown

    46 (L) x 26-1/2 (W) inches. Painting on cloth in U-Tri central Tibetan style. Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life, is seated in the center on a lotus throne between a peony and a peach tree. Adorned with jewelry, he wears a gold crown on his head and blue scarves draped over his shoulders. He holds the Vase of Eternal Life in his hands. Above him, left to right, are Avalokiteshvara, Tsongkhapa, and a Akshobhya Buddha Yab Yum. Below are the White Tara i the left corner and Usnishavijaya in the right. On the reverse are eight red in mantric inscriptions: Om ah hum. Mounted as a scroll with red and yellow floral silk brocade frames on blue floral silk brocade with a painted yellow and green and red silk dust covers and ornate repousse silk lotus design scroll ends.

  • Thumbnail for A Royal Woman Dressing with Five Maid Servants in Attendance
    A Royal Woman Dressing with Five Maid Servants in Attendance by Unknown

    Paint on paper; 5 1/2 x 3 7/16 inches.

  • Thumbnail for Bearded Holy Man on Tiger Skin Rug
    Bearded Holy Man on Tiger Skin Rug by Unknown

    Paint on paper; 8 3/16 x 6 inches.