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  • IS BUDDHISM A RELIGION?
  • Zushi with figure of Amida Buddha, Japan, 18th century
  • Butsudan ouvrant à deux portes en laque noir avec à l'intérieur une statuette de Bouddha en bois laqué or debout sur le lotus devant une mandorle
  • An Ivory Portable Shrine, signed Hakumin To sold by Christie's, New York, on Tuesday, March 18, 2008
  • Gau from Tibet
  • Large Nepalese 19th C. Bronze Green Tara Triad
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  • Description: Chinese Hardwood Buddhist Sculpture/Screen Very elaborately carved, Chinese hardwood Buddhist sculpture/screen: with a multi-armed deity standing on a lotus pedestal and with hands holding various ritual objects; large openwork mandorla behind, openwork
  • Amida bouddha devant une mandorle en bois sculpté doré, les yeux incrustés de verre. JAPON, époque XVIIIe. Hauteur totale: 94 cm. (petis accidents et manques) - Blanchet & Associés - 06/06/2016
  • Khalili Collections | Spanish Damascene Metalwork | Collections | Khalili
  • A large image one of a pair byHunt & Roskell - London 1843 This pair of frosted glass and silver gilt claret jugs rank amongst the finest made during the reign of Queen Victoria. The prestigious firm of Hunt and Roskell evolved out of the most famous retail name in the history of English silver, Rundell, Bridge and Rundell. John Samuel Hunt was the nephew of Paul Storr
  • Seychelles double-jug | Anton Schweinberger | 1602
  • Dorje Mandala with 8 Auspicious Symbols
  • Aizen Myōō. The Japanese god of love, worshipped by prostitutes, landlords, singers and musicians. Despite his ferocious appearance (he has a third eye vertically placed between his two other eyes and a lion's head in his hair) he is considered to be beneficent to mankind. Originally he was a god of the Shingon and Tendai and represented love that changes into desiring 'enlightenment'. Japan. S)
  • Portable Buddhist Shrine with Two Removable Standing Bodhisattvas, a Lotus Base for a Seated Buddha Image (now missing), a Repoussé Panel Depicting the Buddha Amitabha (Amit'abul), and Repoussé Panels on the Doors Representing Guardian Figures, 14th century Sculpture Korean , 14th century Koryô dynasty, 918-1392 Creation Place: Korea
  • Reliquary in the Shape of a Stupa (Relic Mound), Pakistan (ancient Gandhara), Kushan period, ca. 4th–5th century. Bronze.
  • Zushi Shrine, Japan, Edo period, 19th century, double doors opening to a gilt-lacquered interior with a seated figure of Buddha atop an elaborate lotus stand, with a flame-like aureole to the back, cloud and brocade patterns to the inside of the doors, ht. 5 3/8 in.
  • corinthian-girl: Anonymous master - Reliquary of the jaw of St. Anthony. 1349 this is my sculpture-blr..my art is on here too...
  • Japanese zushi (portable shrine), 19th century.
  • 優品 『木造文殊菩薩座像』 室町時代 玉眼 珍しく胎内仏有
  • 京都 東山(とうざん)泉涌寺 楊貴妃観音堂 楊貴妃観音像
  • JAPAN__Spectacular silver-lined shakudo koro with gold-wired cloisonné handles, its finial a seated silver tiger with shakudo stripes. Upon the koro’s body, two gold, raging dragons modeled in extra high relief, slither in and out of stormy waters. This dramatic koro sits upon a boxwood stand powerfully carved as a seated oni, his eyes, teeth and horns of mother-of-pearl. Gold signature plaque on base of koro: Harumin. Mother-of-pearl signature plaque on base of oni: Seizui. Meji Period.
  • Zushi with figure of Amida Buddha, Japan, 18th century
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  • Nautiles Montés - XVIème Siécle
  • A SMALL CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL STUPA, CHINA, QING DYNASTY, QIANLONG PERIOD (1736-1795)
  • Portable shrine: Bodhisattva Kokuzo, 19th century, Japanese (Edo period, 1603-1868), wood with gold and black lacquer, polychrome, and metal fittings, Eugene Fuller Memorial Collection,
  • Japanese style Cabinet by Emile Reiber, Paris, 1874-1878. Museum of Decorative Arts #Paris #Japonism New blog post on #MarcMaison website #decorative #arts #art #furniture #19thcentury
  • A LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT BRONZE MOUNTED PLUM PUDDING MAHOGANY VENEERED CONSOLE DESSERTE, FRANCE, LAST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY, GROHÉ FRÈRES 1808-1885 | Sotheby's
  • Temple Bell Period: Eastern Javanese period Date: ca. 11th–12th century Culture: Indonesia (Java) Medium: Bronze