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Gilded bronze sculpture of Rattanakosin ‘Monday Buddha’

Price:  2.100,00

Captivating gilded bronze sculpture with some mica inlay of a standing Pang Ham Yati (the Monday Buddha) holding his hands in a double abhaya mudra. He stands on a 4-tiered octagonal lotus pedestal with a pointy railing. A very refined shaped and painted face in a meditative expression.
The whole sculpture is decorated extravagantly with many details. The Buddha is elaborately dressed in full royal regalia, he features a spire-like crown and royal upturned slippers.
A lot of ornaments end in curved points which is very characteristic of the style of that period.

Period: Rattanakosin – Rama V (1868-1910).

Size:
Height 73.6 cm, Width 17.4 cm, Depth 16.5 cm.
Weight 7.4 kg.

In a good condition with traces of age, wear and an old restoration. Please take a close look at the photos of some wear spots of the base, and an old restoration of the point of the crown. Some (active) lacquer loss on the back. For a clear condition reference, please look at the photos as well.

The Rattanakosin kingdom is one of the most powerful kingdoms in the history of Thailand or Siam. The Rattanakosin Kingdom was considered as the fourth in terms of ranking as the center of power in ancient Thailand. The Rattanakosin Kingdom was very popular because of the continuation of Rattanakosin style even after Bangkok became new capital city of Siam. Rattanakosin also became the center of Buddha image, Buddha statues, and other various sculptures. (From Original Buddhas)

When shipped we will add a certificate of authenticity.

Ref. No. : NL20160

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