Excellent state of preservation
Imposing sculpture crafted with the repoussé (pressed) technique, depicting the irate Mahākāla figure in its white six-armed manifestation (Shadbhuja), standing 'samapafa' posture on base made of a single lotus flower. The figure wears a bejewelled 'dothi' and originally held an attribute in each hand: in the primary two a 'kapala' and a jewel; a 'kartica', a 'dhvaja' standard, a 'parasu' axe and a 'khatvanga' trident shaped baton in the secondary hands. Of all those listed, only the jewel is still in its place. Some coveal stones, including emeralds and rubies, are set on its feet, wrists and earrings. The face has an irate expression. It is entirely painted with the original dyes, with traces of a beard, a large third eye, flames pouring out of the mouth and a flaming hair with at its centre a diadem in emerald root. It is possible to see stained glass and precious stones on its ankles, wrists and jewels, including presumably coeval ruby roots and corals. Cast metal hands and feet. Himalayan Art.
Measurements: h 63 x 45 x 30 cm. In very good state of preservation.
from a collection in the South of France.
Purchased before 1970.
"A massive gilt copper figure of White Mahakala Nepal, 18th century "Cm 30.00 x 63.00 x 45.00. "Big repoussé sculpture depicting an irate White Mahakala in the six armed manifestation (Shadbhuja), standing in the samapafa position on a single lotus flower base. "The figure is covered by a jeweled dothi, and each of the six hands originally held an attribute: a kapala in the main two, and a jewel (mani), a kartica, a dhvaja banner, a parasu axe and a khatvanga club in the others. "Only the jewel is still in position. "Some coeval stones, among which emeralds and rubies, are present on the feet, the wrists and the earrings. The face, irate, is covered with original pigments and shows traces of a beard, a big third eye, flames coming out from the mouth and flaming hair with a central emerald root diadem. The ankles, wrists and the jewels present colored glass and precious stones, among which ruby root and corals, likely coeval. Hands and feet are cast.
From a collection in the South of France.
Purchased before 1970.
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