Southeast Asian, likely Qing Dynasty (1644-1912), late 19th/ early 20th century. A parcel gilt cast copper sculpture depicting Buddha Shakyamuni seated frontally with legs the in lotus position, hands in the bhumisparsha mudra with right arm extended over knee and left hand resting palm up in lap holding a precious object, the face with elongated earlobes and partially closed eyes topped by a single arching eyebrow and urna, with hair piled in a tuft on top of head with a single round ornament adorning the crown, the Gautama Buddha wearing an ornate robe exposing his chest with decoration in relief to back of scaled four clawed dragons amid cloud scrolls. Apparently unmarked. Approximately 8" x 5.125" x 4.25".
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