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South East Asian Buddhist Iconography
Indonesian Borobudur Stone Buddha Head

Antique Indonesian Borobudur Stone Buddha Head
8th - 10th Century
Height; 37cm
Width: 27cm
Weight: 18.5 Kg.

Brass Sukhothai Buddha Statue - Buimisparsa Mudra

Brass Sukhothai Buddha Statue
Height: 24cm
Depth: 10.5cm
Weight: 1.4 Kg.

Indian Jain Shrine Tirthankara

Indian Jain Shrine Tirthankara
Height: 20.5cm
Width: 11cm
Depth: 6cm
Weight: 950gms

Thai Buddha Statues, Amulets, Buddhist Iconography

Indonesian Borobudur Stone Buddha Head
Height: 34cm
Width: 26cm
Weight: 18.35kg

Burmese Marble Buddha Statue Seated On Double Lotus Throne 18th Century

Rare Antique Marble Thai Lanna Buddha Statue
18th Century or earlier
Height: 79cm
Width: 51cm
Depth: 22cm
Weight: 59.35 Kg.

Terracotta Thai Buddhist Amulet

Terracotta Thai Buddhist Amulets
Height: 11.5cm
Width: 7.5cm
Weight: 200gms.

Burmese Shan Buddha Statue On Throne 18th Century

Thai Lanna Marble Buddha Statue
18th - 19th Century
Height: 64cm
Width: 43cm
Depth: 20cm

Thai Terracotta Vitive Tablet Walking Buddha

Thai Terracotta Votive Tablet Walking Buddha
Height: 39cm
Width: 20.5cm
Depth: 9cm
Weight: 1.35 Kg.

Antique Thai Buddha Statues & Amulets

Thai Shrine Bronze Buddhist Plaque/Shrine
Height: 40cm
Width: 20.5cm
Depth; 9cm
Weight: 2.1 Kg.

Bronze Thai Standing Monk Statue

Bronze Thai walking Monks statue
Height: 38.5cm
Width: 10cm
Depth: 13cm
Weight: 2.2 Kg.

Thai Sukothai Black Buddha Statue

Front view Thai Sukothai Buddha Statue
Height: 29cm
Width: 22cm
Depth: 12cm
Weight: 3.35kg.

South East Asian Buddhist Iconography

A collection of  South East Asian Buddhist Iconography from various parts of Asia include bone Amulets, Buddhist charms, Buddhist temple shrines and a couple of Borobudur Stone heads, acquired by us over a period of more than forty years.

Amulets and charms are extremely popular with Thai people as well as those from Nepal, Tibet, Indonesia and Malaysia, there is a thriving market for these amulets in these countries.

Buddhist Amulets and charms especially made for a donation to their local temple or monastery are often blessed by a Buddhist monk to help the wearer or the owner of the amulet overcome any adversities that cross their path as well as helping to improve relationships, health, love, wealth and marriage.

Amulet will usually have an image of the Buddha and are made from many different materials such as bone, plaster, wood and metal. Some amulets contain special relics of revered monks or ashes from incense or pieces from an old monastery or temple.

Some amulets are also thought to have magic powers which ward of evil.

Interesting articles related to Thai Buddhist Amulets, votive plaques and tablets sometimes referred to as Tsa Tsa.

The Siamese give the name Brah Bimb or “Sacred Imprints” to certain small Buddhist effigies aptly described by Mr. A. Foucher, as “simple lumps of clay moulded or stamped with the stroke of a die, serving equally as mementos and as ex-votos”….

Information related to Siamese Votive Tablets

South East Asian Buddhist Iconography

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