SUNDKAJ 161, PAKHUS 48 Copenhagen 2150 Denmark 453.257.5959
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$ 7,100


Origin Myanmar (Burma)
Period 18th Century
Materials Alabaster
W. 20.47 in; H. 31.5 in; D. 11.81 in;
W. 52 cm; H. 80 cm; D. 30 cm;
Condition Good. Wear consistent with age
Creation Date 1750 - 1780
Description A Burmese alabaster Buddha seated in Bhumisparsha mudra position (“calling the earth to witness”).
Many delicate carved details and a meditative face adorned with a slight smile and half-closed eyes. The Buddha has traditional elongated earlobes and is wearing a typical Burmese sharp headgear.
From Burma, 1750-1780.

A mudra in Buddha statues is a gesture and body posture holding special meanings and commemorating few of the important moments in the Buddha's life. The Buddha is seen seated with his right hand as a pendant over the right knee reaching toward the ground with the palm inward while touching the lotus throne. This gesture represents the moment of the Buddha's awakening as he claims the earth as the witness of his enlightenment.
Styles / Movements Asian, Religious, Traditional
Patterns Traditional
Dealer Reference Number 104460
Incollect Reference Number 493624
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