A central bell-sharped structure is decorated with a double horizontal ridge and placed on a double row of lotus petals, soumounted by a square harmika supporting the layered, tapering parasol and topped with a lotus-bud.
The bell-shaped container set on a double lotus petal base supporting the square harmika decorated along the rim with small ratnas, surmounted by the thirteen tiered parasol, the last one with ornaments hanging down set with turquoise and red beads and topped with a lotus-bud, resealed-Propertyy from an old an important German private collection of Tibetan art. Slightly chipped, minor losses.
(Shankha) the conch terminates to one side with its opening that is embellished with a copper section forming the mouth piece, decorated with a row of petals and the side is set in another copper section forming the grip, embossed with two bands, one containing the Eight Buddhist Emblems and the other a dragon – Wear
Seated in lalitasana on a peddestal, both hands holding a snake, wearing armour with jacket below, the sleeves floating in the air, boots, his face displaying a severe espression, raised eyebrows and his head covered with specific bonnet, traces of cold-gilding, unsealed. Height 12 cm
Standing in slight tribhanga on a lotus base with both hands in vitarkamudra, one additionally holding the stem of a lotus flowering along his shoulder supporting the vajra, clad in a dhoti, bejewelled, his face displaying a serene expression with downcast eyes, urna, his blue coloured hair chambed in a high chignon secured with a three-leaf tiara, unsealed. Height 16,2 cm
Copper bronze with dark patina and residue of gilding. Sitting on two high pillows and a carpet. His right hand in varada mudra and with his left hand he is holding Buddhist books. His facial features and the details of the garment are shown with fine details. Base closed since a longer period of time with a wooden plate, possibly with votive offering inside. Height 11 cm