Sino-Tibetan. This incarnation of the bodhisattva Avalokitesvara is also referred to as Ekadasamukha, who heard the suffering of humanity asked for ears enough to hear all the suffering, and arms enough to ease all pain. The two central hands form the anjali mudra, a sign of respect or greeting, and the eight other hands hold attributes including the lotus, wheel, bow, and vase. Figure standing in tribhanga pose atop a lotus pedestal. From an Ardsley, NY estate. - Dimensions: 13" h x 5.5" dia.
Some chips to base.