Antique Indonesian Style Seated Bronze Javanese Adoration Buddha Statue - 13.5cm/5"
Measures (Height) 13.5cm/5"
An Indonesian (Java) Teaching Buddha in 13th century Majapahit style. This lovely Buddha is seated on a circular double-lotus pedestal, itself on a square pedestal.
His robe is draped to leave the right shoulder bare, and a portion of the garment that covers the left wrist falls behind the figure. The lower hem of the robe comes all the way down so that the undercloth or skirt is completely covered.
The Buddha is seated in the half lotus position with his hands held together in the adoration pose. The Buddha is backed by a circular aureole with a beaded border and flaming rim, topped by a finial.
He also has a third eye or urna on his forehead symbolizing the ability of Buddha to see past our mundane universe of suffering. The large ushnisha protuberance on top of his head symbolises his high level of spiritual development.
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