Live Auction, 18 November 2019

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Lot 38
  • A gilt bronze figure of Vishnu, South India


Lot Estimate
ZAR 9 000 - 12 000
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A gilt bronze figure of Vishnu, South India


standing in samapada, on a lotus base, his principal right hand raised in abhayamudra and his principal left hand resting by his thigh, his upper hands holding a conch shell and a chakra, wearing a dhoti and elaborate headress, before a removable foliate embossed mandorla, raised on a stepped plinth base, the reverse of the mandorla re-enforced with bracing, 57cm high including base

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