Gilt-bronze Figure of the Four-armed Vajrasattva, Sino-Tibet, 18th century or earlier, seated in dhyanasana, with a vajra in her rear r
<b>Gilt-bronze Figure of the Four-armed Vajrasattva,</b></i></u> Sino-Tibet, 18th century or earlier, seated in <i>dhyanasana</b></i></u>, with a <i>vajra</b></i></u> in her rear right hand, her primary hands apart with the right raised at waist, the left touching her feet, painted details, double <i>vajra</b></i></u> mark on base, incised with nine arabic numbers, with a loose sutra (loose from one of the palms), ht. 7 in.
Provenance: Purchased in China in the 1930s, then by descent to the present owner.
<i> gilt and pigment loss, missing an item originally on one of the palms, minor tarnishing, surface dirt.
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