An important silver-and-copper-inlaid bronze figure of Akshobhya – earliest listed source, 1994

This “important” silver-and-copper-inlaid bronze figure of (the immovable/unshakable Buddha) Akshobhya was made in “Western Tibet” in the thirteenth century and “acquired in London” in “June 1994”.

Its auction estimate is $250,000-$350,000.

An important silver-and-copper-inlaid bronze figure of Akshobhya. The Lahiri Collection: Indian and Himalayan Art, Ancient and Modern, Lot 69, Sale 12255, Christie's, New York, USA, 15th March 2016.

An important silver-and-copper-inlaid bronze figure of Akshobhya. The Lahiri Collection: Indian and Himalayan Art, Ancient and Modern, Lot 69, Sale 12255, Christie’s, New York, USA, 15th March 2016.

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