Bronze Wrathful Deity Ring

c. 1900
$880 USD
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W: 2.0" D: 2.0" H: 6.75"
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This sculptural bronze object is a charming example of 19th-century metalwork. The bronze figure is formed as a Buddhist wrathful deity, wearing flaming robes and a fearsome expression. The deity holds up two small rings, possibly used as a buckle to secure one's robes or sash. We've elevated the petite figure on a custom steel mount for display as a storied found object.

From the collection of Frances and Gary Comer.

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