Chinese, Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). A fine naturalistically cast bronze statue of standing Bodhisattva Guanyin or Guan Yin, the serene round face with contemplative expression and the eyes downcast having hair swept up in twin topknots secured behind a diadem modeled in the form of a small Buddha seated in "dhyanasana" on a lotus base, all beneath the cowl, the neck decorated with a jeweled necklace and wearing long flowing robes decorated with incised cloud scrolls and incised border designs, the left arm holding a "ruyi"-scepter, the right hand in mudra, the figure raised on a dragon form serpent. The back having an incised seal mark. Approximate height 68”, width 21”, depth 16”.
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