Antique Sri Lanka Style Bronze Seated Meditation Buddha Statue - 18cm/7"
Measures (Height) 18cm/7"
An antique Sri Lanka style bronze Buddha.
The Buddha is seated in the Dhyana mudra or 'Meditation Position'. The Dhyana Mudra promotes the energy of meditation, deep contemplation and unity with higher energy. Seated in the half lotus position the large ushnisha protuberance on top of his head symbolizes his high level of spiritual development.
The Buddha has a peaceful countenance with downcast introspective eyes and a firm brow. His earlobes are stretched long from a youth spent as a prince wearing heavy gold earrings. The peaceful countenance of Lord Buddha exudes harmony.
The rich, dark patina of this beautiful Buddha is particularly delightful.
The casting is beautiful as you can see in the fine details of the face. Each detail is rendered perfectly. The distinctive brown patina of the piece is also particularly delightful.
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