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Rare Burmese Bronze Pagan Buddhist Shrine





AGE: – Pagan 11th – 12th Century
CONSTRUCTION: – Bronze
DESCRIPTION: – Rare Burmese Bronze Pagan Buddhist Shrine

HEIGHT: – 35cm
LENGTH:– 49cm
DEPTH: – 21.5cm
WEIGHT: – 18.45 Kg.
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Rare Burmese Bronze Pagan Buddhist Shrine showing the Buddha with hand gesture in Bhumisparsa Mudra, “Earth touching mudra”, dressed in a simple monks robe, flanked by his two chief disciples Moggallana and Upatissa also known as Sariputta; both attendants kneeling in reverence to the Buddha seated in the centre on a single lotus pedestal on top of a two tiered throne with three praying disciples standing at the foot of the shrine.

The reredos (backing), a feature found in many Burmese statues of the Pagan era is missing, the central Buddha figure is removable.

Examples of reredos.

An impressive and rare Burmese bronze Pagan Shrine with age-related wear.

Rare Burmese Bronze Pagan Buddhist Shrine

Burmese Bronze Pagan Buddhist Shrine
Back view Burmese Bronze Pagan Shrine
Monks base Bronze Pagan Buddhist Shrine
Underneath view Bronze Pagan Buddhist Shrine
Side View Burmese Bronze Pagan Buddhist Shrine with Disciples
Back view Burmese Bronze Buddha Statue
Top view Burmese Bronze Buddha & Devotees
Base view Burmese Bronze Buddha Statue
Burmese Bronze Pagan Buddha Statue seated on Shrine
Rare Burmese Bronze Pagan Buddhist Shrine
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