Massive Ivory Carved Figure of Guanyin, Circa 1940’s
Flanked by a pair of attendants, the decorously attired standing figure with principal hands held in front of the chest performing dharmachakra mudra while holding a vase, another set of arms raising a censer, all surrounded by eleven additional arms extending from behind holding various ritual objects, the figure raised on a lotus pod and tiered stand
height 38.8" — 98.5 cm.
incised four characters mark ‘da qing Qianlong’ to the base
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Chinese Ivory Carvings from an Edmonton Collection (Lots 123-127)
Department: Asian Art