Buddhist Statues, Metal

Vajrayogini, Brass

$16.00
Bajrajogini statue of a fierce goddess protector (dakini) from Tibetan Buddhis
The Tibetan Buddhist dakini Vajrajogini in fierce aspect
$16.00

Vajrajogini (Bajrayogini)is a fierce and popular goddess protector, or dakini. She has three forms. In this one, Vajragini is naked, with the left leg bent and the right leg extended. She is surrounded by flames of the burning grounds, and holds a kapala (skull cup) in the left hand and a vajra in the right. She is wearing a necklace of skulls and is standing on corpses.

Size: 
3"(8cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

Padmasambhava, 3"

$20.00
Seated Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) statue from Buddhist Tantric tradition
Tibetan Buddhist Tantric master and guru, Padmasambhava, or Guru Rinpoche
$20.00

This brass statue depicts Padma Sambhava (Padmasambhava), or Guru Rinpoche, the great Indian Tantric master, credited with establishing Buddhism in Tibet. He is sculpted in meditation pose, a dorje (vajra) in his right hand, a skull cup (patra) with the vase of life in his left hand, resting on his lap. The magic wand, or khatvanga, symbol of Padmasambhava, rests against his left shoulder. It is used for cutting off the root of the three poisons of ignorance, greed, and anger (ill-will).

Size: 
3"(8 cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

Padma Sambhava, Gold

$90.00
Guru Rinpoche, or Padma Sambhava, Nepali Buddhist statue with gold paint
Padmasambhava, or Guru Rinpoche, Buddhist statue of the  Indian tantric masterClose up of Padmasambhava, or Guru Rinpoche,statue showing the detailed painting
$90.00

This metal statue depicts Padma Sambhava (Padmasambhava), or Guru Rinpoche, the great Indian Tantric master, credited with establishing Buddhism in Tibet. He is sculpted in meditation pose, a dorje (vajra) in his right hand, a skull cup (patra) with the vase of life in his left hand, resting on his lap. The magic wand, or khatvanga, invented by Padmasambhava, rests against his left shoulder. It is used for cutting off the root of the three poisons of ignorance, greed, and anger (ill-will).

Size: 
3.5" (9 cm)
Materials: 
Bronze/paint
Included: 
Gift Box
Country of origin: 
Nepal

Kamakura Buddha, Brass

$16.00
Zen Buddhist Buddha in zazen meditation pose
Zen Buddha in sitting meditation, sometimes called Zazen Buddha
$16.00

This Buddha statue is in the Zen Buddhist tradition of Japan. He is less ornate than many in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. He rests serenely in meditation, hands in his lap in meditation or samadhi pose, right hand placed on left hand, all fingers extended and palms turned upward.

We have named our Buddha after the city, Kamakura, Japan, where a larger version of this image is located.

Size: 
2.5" (6.4 cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

Kalachakra

$24.00
Kalachakra statue in consort
$24.00

Kalachakra literally means turning the wheel of life. He is a yidam, a fierce god protector, with four heads, each containing a third eye. He can have 12-24 arms, but never more than two legs. Although hard to tell on this small statue, his body is covered by a tiger skin and he wears a belt of dorjes. He is always shown stepping to the left on two demons. Here he is shown with his consort.

Size: 
4"(10 cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

Vajrasattva, Brass

$16.00
Vajrasattva (Vajrasattvah) statue from Buddhist tradition with vajra and ghanta
$16.00

This brass statue of Vajrasattva depicts him in his solitary form, without a consort. Nepali Buddhists consider him the sixth Dhyani Buddha and the leader of the five Dhyani buddhas.

Vajrasattva is richly ornamented and wears a crown. He sits cross-legged in the meditative pose. He carries the vajra (dorje) in his right hand with palm upwards against the chest and the ghanta (bell)in his left hand, resting upon his left thigh.

Yes! Seeing the sculpture was love at first sight.
Because it is a beautiful work of Art and it will inform my meditation practice.
Size: 
2.8" (7 cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

White Tara, Small

$18.00
White Tara, female bodhisattva of Tibet, emanation of Avalokitesvara
$18.00

Tara is the central female deity of Tibet. This statue shows White Tara, one of the 21 forms of Tara. She was born from a tear of the bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokitesvara, and is regarded as his consort.

Size: 
2.5" (6.4 cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

White Tara, Bronze

$185.00
Image of  White Tara, a female deity and bodhisattva from Tibetan Buddhism
Bronze Buddhist statue of White Tara, female bodhisattva of compassionWhite Tara statue, showing details of the marks of a bodhisattva and serene face
$185.00

White Tara is a female deity of the Buddhist pantheon. She was born from a tear of the bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokitesvara. She is regarded as his consort.

White Tara is usually portrayed seated, dressed and crowned in the precious ornaments of a boddhisattva. She has seven eyes, with the extra eyes on her forehead, the palms of her hands and soles of her feet. She has a lotus flower at her shoulder and is seated in full vajra posture. Her right hand is in boon-conferring posture, her left hand in teaching gesture holding the stem of the lotus.

Size: 
12.5" (32 cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
India

Tara Standing, Brass Small

$18.00
Tara, Tibetan Buddhist bodhisattva and deity of compassion
$18.00

There are twenty-one forms of Tara, the central female deity and bodhisattva of Tibetan Buddhism. Although usually Tara is depicted in a seated form, this brass statue shows Tara standing.

Tara is very important in Tibet and Nepal. She is the bodhisattva to whom all can appeal for aid to help cross the 'ocean of existence'. In addition, she is considered to be incarnate in all good women.

Size: 
3.5" (8.9 cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

Green Tara, Small

$18.00
Buddhist bodhisattva Green Tara, the central female deity of Tibet, statue
$18.00

The Tara depicted in this brass statue is Green Tara. Green Tara is usually pictured seated on a lotus throne, right leg pendant with foot supported by a small lotus. Her right hand is in 'charity' mudra and her left in 'argument' mudra.

Tara is the central female deity of Tibet. As a bodhisattva, she blesses and saves those who pray to her. The faithful may appeal to her directly without the intermediary of a lama. Tara is considered the mother of all buddhas and bodhisattvas. She is incarnate in all good women.

Size: 
2.5" (6.4 cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand
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