This is a very rare Buddha statue. It was made in the Kamakura period (1185-1333) of Japan. Hand-made casting and sculpture, and local gold-plated face can be seen in the hands of this Buddha statue. There are two horizontal lines under the eyebrows. This is a symbol of the Kamakura period. It weighs 8141g and has a backlight on the back, so it can be free. Take off, the bottom is not sealed, you can see that the bottom still retains the traces of clay left when casting. This work is very old, some slightly worn, but the whole is well preserved! Please refer to the picture! In addition, as can be seen from the picture, there is no repair or damage except slight wear and tear on the whole! According to the standing position and shape of the Buddha, it is from the Kamakura period!
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- Guanyin Buddha
- Manual casting and sculpture
- Bronze and Gold-plated and Pottery Clay
- Kamakura Period(1185-1333)
- Region/ Country of origin
- Title of artwork
- 75 cm tall standing statue of ancient Guanyin
- Good condition, see description
- 75×21×16 cm