From 'Grand-mère avait le même' (Grandma had the same).
Chinese god with a sabre under the arm, lacquered red burgundy wood and gold coloured by sheet. presented over a plexiglas black pedestal.
Origin: China. Republican Period 1915/1949.
This god is part of a group of eight Dharmapala, (Chos skyiong). This gods have the mission of defending and maintaining the Buddhist law. These are fierce and warrior-looking characters that fight against the enemies of the Law and the bad spirits.
Condition: Very good condition, traces over the gold plating, nothing missing.
Overall in Very good condition, traces of wear on gilt.
Dimensions: H: 38 cm, l: 9 , L : 11 cm.
Here is a Chinese deity in laquered and gilded wood, with a sword under a arm, on plexiglass stand.
Origin: China. Period Quing 1850/1900.
This kind of divinity belongs to the group of eight Dharmapâla / Chos skyiong, their mission is to protect and preserve the bouddhist Law. They are characters with fierce and warrior aspect who combat enemies of the Law and evil spirits.
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- Protecting Deity of the Buddhist Law / Deity protecting Buddhist Law
- Gilt lacquered wood
- Republic 1911/1949
- Region/ Country of origin
- Very good condition, see description
- 38×9×11 cm