284 Seated Buddha (dhyanamudra)
circa 14th century
Buddha Sakyamuni seated in dhyanamudra with his legs crossed in virasana on a very low double lotus base. He has a downcast gaze. The ushnisha has a tall and wide lyre-like flammiform finial. The exposed right hand and right foot depict the sign of the cakra or Wheel of the Law. The robe leaves the right shoulder bare.
seated figure, Buddha Sakyamuni, dhyanamudra, Virasana, Wheel of the Law
Very good condition; slight chipping and small hole on the base; back of head and finial are worn; some damage to finial; facial features worn; head shows some corrosion.
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5" (12.3 cm)
4-1/2" (11.5 cm)
Seated Buddha (dhyanamudra)
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