About Catawiki's buddhism auction
Originating with the birth of Buddha Siddhartha Gautama in Lumbini, Nepal, Buddhism has approximately 350 million followers around the world, making up 6% of the world’s population. Focusing on personal spiritual development, followers of Buddhism seek a deeper insight into the true nature of life. Buddhist statues, artwork and artefacts hold profound significance for followers of Buddhism. One of the largest Buddhist statues is the Spring Temple Buddha in Henan, China; completed in 2002, this statue is 128m tall.
Catawiki’s Buddhist auctions feature a range of artefacts and objects relating to Buddhism. These include Thangkas, depicting the Buddhist Wheel of Life; incense burners and statues of Buddha in Copper and Bronze, as well as other items, such as bells and document holders. Whether you wish to sell a rare Buddhist artefact, or an object of spiritual significance, Catawiki’s Buddhist auctions are the ideal place to sell your special objects. Catawiki features thousands of lots each week across hundreds of auction categories; selling your special object with Catawiki will expose it to millions of potential bidders, providing it with excellent online visibility. At Catawiki, we work hard to make sure that our sellers and buyers receive the best auction experience. Our expert auctioneers supervise our auctions, while our notary officials work to guarantee the validity of bids placed. Once the bidding has ended, our secure payment system makes sure that all parties are satisfied.
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