Antique Stone Stele Phnom Da Style Khmer Meditation Buddha Statue - 58cm/23"
Measures - (Height) 58cm/23"
An antique Phnom Da style stele depicting Buddha in Dhyana or Meditation mudr_. This hand gesture promotes the energy of meditation, deep contemplation and unity with higher energy.
A sanskrit inscription surrounds the Buddha. The rear of the Stele is decorated with the Trident, two Axes and the Vase of Plenty. The stele without base measures 47cm tall, not including its pointed socket that allows it to be seated securely in a base. Loose mounted to a wood base (later).
Provenance: Ex- private US Collection. All items are guaranteed to be as described. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all purchases upon request.
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