Buddhist Statues, Metal

Green Tara, Bronze

$185.00
Green Tara bronze statue from China in Tibetan Buddhist tradition
Green Tara, Tibetan Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion, in large bronze statue Close-up of bronze Green Tara statue, showing ornamentation of a boddhisattva
$185.00

There are twenty-one forms of the Buddhist bodhisattva Tara. The Tara depicted in this 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: 
12" (31 cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
India

Avalokiteshvara Standing, Brass

$18.00
Standing Avalokiteshvara, Buddhist statue of Buddhist deity of compassion
$18.00

Avalokiteshvara (Avalokitesvarah), or Chenrezig in Tibetan, has 108 forms, and the statue offered here is the '1000-armed' Avalokiteshvara. He has eleven heads to look in all directions, and a thousand arms with an eye on each palm to see everywhere.

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

Chenrezig, Brass

$16.00
Chenrezi (Chenrezig),Buddhist deity of compassion in four-armed form
$16.00

This statue is of the four-armed Chenrezig (Chenrezi). It is the main form of the Buddhist bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, the compassionate one who extends help and benefit to all sentient beings.

Chenrezig's two primary hands hold the jewel which fulfills all wishes, the wish-fulfilling jewel. His other hands hold the crystal rosary, signifying the tirelessness of compassion, and a lotus which signifies the purity of compassion.

Size: 
2.3" (6 cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

Medicine Buddha from Nepal

$695.00
Nepali-style Medicine Buddha cast in traditional lost-wax method
Medicine Buddha statue from Nepal cast in lost-wax method by Newari craftsmenBronze Medicine Buddha statue from Nepal close-up showing serene features
$695.00

This is a statue of the Medicine Buddha, or Healing Buddha. He sits on a lotus base, holding a bowl of healing herbs in his left hand. His right hand is in charity mudra and holds a branch of the myrobalan tree, a medicinal plant found in India and other tropical countries. The Medicine Buddha is said to dispense spiritual medicine to those who properly approach him. Some believe just touching the image brings benefit.

Size: 
8"(20 cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
Nepal

Medicine Buddha, Brass

$16.00
Medicine Buddha in small brass statue holding medicine bowl
Medicine Buddha (Healing Buddha) statue with healing bowl of herbs
$16.00

This is a statue of the Medicine Buddha, or Healing Buddha. He sits on a lotus base, holding a bowl of healing herbs in his left hand. His right hand is in charity mudra and holds a branch of the myrobalan tree, a medicinal plant found in India and other tropical countries. The Medicine Buddha is said to dispense spiritual medicine to those who properly approach him. Some believe just touching the image brings benefit.

Size: 
3" (7.6 cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

Buddha Wheel of the Law Mudra, Gold

$160.00
Gold-painted Buddha  from Nepal with hands in turning the wheel of the law mudra
Nepal gold-painted Buddha in turning the wheel of the law mudraBuddha statue with gold paint in the Nepalese style of a peaceful deity
$160.00

This classic Nepalese-style Buddha with the gold-painted face and the blue hair of a peaceful deity, shows Buddha Sakyamuni in the dharmachakra mudra, the gesture of teaching. Since dharma means law and chakra means wheel, this mudra is usually interpreted as turning the wheel of law. In this mudra, both hands are against the chest, the left one facing inward, covering the outward-facing right hand, with the index and thumb of each hand making a circle. This is the gesture exhibited by Buddha Sakyamuni at his first sermon in Sarnath, India.

TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK.

Size: 
5.5"(14 cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
Nepal

Buddha with Serpents

$16.00
Meditative Buddha  sheltered by serpents as he tries to overcome Mara
Buddha with serpents meditating to find a way to end suffering and delusion
$16.00

When Buddha Sakyamuni sat under the bodhi tree in deep meditation, seeking the cause of suffering and the path to enlightenment, he was shielded from the rain and elements by serpents. This small statue shows seven serpents forming a protective shelter over the meditating Buddha.

Size: 
3" (8 cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
India

Buddha Sakyamuni, Brass

$18.00
Sakyamuni, Siddhartha Gautama Buddha, brass, earth-touching pose
Sakyamuni, Siddhartha Gautama Buddha, brass, earth-touching pose
$18.00

Buddha Sakyamuni in small pocket-size brass statue from Thailand, showing the Buddha in the familiar earth-touching pose, calling the earth to witness his victory over Mara, a demon and metaphor for the doubt and temptation that hinder spiritual attainment.

Size: 
3" (7.6 cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

Laughing Buddha, Brass

$16.00
Chinese Buddhist Laughing Buddha for good luck and prosperity
Laughing Buddha for good luck and prosperity in Chinese Buddhist tradition
$16.00

A small laughing Buddha statue, an image especially in China. It is said that rubbing the laughing Buddha's tummy brings good luck. Try it and see!

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

Buddha Earth Touching Pose, Gold

$160.00
Image of Sakyamuni Buddha, calling on earth to witness his triumph over Mara
Gold-painted Buddha Sakyamuni from Nepal in Earth-touching poseGold-painted Buddha from Nepal, showing serene facial features and blue hair
$160.00

This is a beautiful statue of Sakyamuni Buddha in the earth-touching pose, calling on earth to witness his triumph over the demon Mara, a metaphor for the delusion and doubt which is the enemy of all seeking enlightenment. This Buddha image is painted with the gold paint and blue hair characteristic of pacific deities created in Nepal.

Thank you so much for the Buddha. It is so beautiful! We put it in the center of a marble-top table and looked at it for a half hour! The description is apt: 'human in outline, imbued with splendour.'"
Size: 
5.5" (14 cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
Nepal
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