Size to fit adult.
Price £265 Free Uk Delivery
Interesting Vintage Necklace of the Miao Ethnic Minority in China. Hand Made from what looks like Nickel Silver. Stunning design and workmanship.
Size 22cm x 16cm
Price £345 Free Uk Shipping
Nice quality late 18thC Bronze teaching sculpture with traces of Gold leaf. [the small gold sculpture is not included, just add your own]. Buddhas first sermon at Deer Park, he taught the Four Noble Truths : the existence of suffering, the cause of suffering, that the cause of suffering can end, and the path to the end of suffering.Bronze Sculpture
Size 30cm long overall
Price £140 Free UK Shipping
A Stunning Early 20thC Antique Tibetan Silver [low quality silver] Belt Fitting with a Purse all of which are inset with coral and turquoise. Leather work could do with attention. Bought as part of a lot from a French Collector.Tibetan Altar, Tibetan Deity
Size 128mm long
Price £300 free Shipping
Old painted and gilded Tibetan Mani or Prayer Stone, incribed with OM MANI PADME HUNG, the mantra of the great compassion. Prayer stones are an ancient Tibetan Buddhist religious custom. In Tibetan, they are known as mani doh, or MANI rocks, referring to the fact that they are often carved with the mantra of Avalokiteshavara, OM MANI PADME HUM.Collectors Cabinet, Rare Item
Size 71mm Tall
Price £100 Free UK Shipping
Good Detailed Cast Bronze Antique Tibetan Buddhist Thogchag Amulet depicting a seated Deity. Has a suspension loop on the back so it can be hung from the belt or garment. Also has traces of colour pigment. This group of sacred objects, Thogchags are Tibetan talismans/amulet cast in bronze and meteoric metals.Tibetan Altar
Size 41cm x 15cm Each Page
Price £240 Free Shipping
Three Pages of an Antique 17th – 18thC Hand Written Tibeten Buddhist Sutra Manuscript. Well used and stained but would still look nice framed. Originally bought in the 1970s buy a French collector and a few of many we have from the same source.Collectors Item
Size 54cm Longest
Price th Pair £585 Free Uk Shipping.
Good decorative 16thC – 20thC Mongolian, Straw and stucco pair of legs, fragments from a Buddhist sculpture with some paint pigments still remaining. Originally bought from a Mongolian monastery in the 1970s buy a French collector. Has been repaired and rebuilt many many times in its life as the very nature of the construction these sculptures they will break with ease.