Padmasambhava was an 8th-century Buddhist master who is widely venerated by Tibetan Buddhists as a “second Buddha”. This bronze depicts him in the most popular way, with a mitra on his head and wearing royal garments. He is holding a vajra in one hand and an amrita vessel with a pearl on top in the other and is seated on a lotus throne.
Dimensions: HEIGHT 7.3 CM
Condition: Imperfection at the bottom edge of the lotus throne, otherwise very Good condition
Provenance: Galerie Zacke archive; previously in a German private collection and acquired between 1970 and 1980.