Standing wooden Amida Buddha with a dark patina and traces of gold lacquer.
In four parts.
The Amida Buddha shows the raigō-in gesture.
Raigō means welcome in Japanese.
Raigō-in is the hand gesture with which the Amida Buddha welcomes those who enter the Pure Land.
(In Sanskrit this is the Vitarka Mudra.)
Condition: The Buddha seems to be glued again along the length.
Some green leaves of the throne are missing.
Part of the throne is glued again.
Lot will be carefully packaged and sent by registered post.
- Standing Wooden Amida Buddha
- Shōwa period (1926-1989)
- Region/ Country of origin
- Theme/ depiction
- Buddhist figure
- Fair condition (restored), see description
- 64×25×17.5 cm