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A gilt-bronze Laos Buddha Figure, 17th Century,

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD600 - AUD800

Description: A gilt-bronze Laos Buddha Figure, 17th Century, seated in the Vajrasana position on a lotus pedestal, gesturing Bhumisparsha Mudra with fingertips touching the earth symbolizing the moment of enlightenment Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 21 x 12 cm

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Four early Bronze Buddha Figures, Shan State, Burma, 18th Century, [4],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD600

Description: Four early Bronze Buddha Figures, Shan State, Burma, 18th Century, [4], Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 8 cm to 18 cm

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Three Antique Thai Bronze Miniature Buddha Figures, [3],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD700

Description: Three Antique Thai Bronze Miniature Buddha Figures, [3], finely cast with traces of gilt Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 3.5 cm to 5 cm

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Two early bronze & one Wood Buddha Figure, [3],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: Two early bronze & one Wood Buddha Figure, [3], Shan State, Burma, 18th Century Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 14.5 cm, 11.5 cm, 16.5 cm

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A Gilt Bronze Tibetan Deity Samvara with consort; together with an early Tibetan Clay Votive Figure of Buddha, 17/18th Century, [2],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: A Gilt Bronze Tibetan Deity Samvara with consort; together with an early Tibetan Clay Votive Figure of Buddha, 17/18th Century, [2], Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 11.5 cm, 9 cm

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Two Old Bronzes, Mongolia, 18/19th Century, [2],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: Two Old Bronzes, Mongolia, 18/19th Century, [2], a skull shaped Kalapa ritual object, 19th Century; a torso of an ancient Buddha figure Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 9.5 cm, 8 cm

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Seven Gilt Clay Votive Buddha Figures, Burma, 18/19th Century, [7],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD600

Description: Seven Gilt Clay Votive Buddha Figures, Burma, 18/19th Century, [7], clay Votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made from clay in bronze moulds & after being stamped they were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These clay Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 9 cm to 11 cm

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Seven Clay Votive Buddha Figures, Burma, 18/19th Century, [7],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD600

Description: Seven Clay Votive Buddha Figures, Burma, 18/19th Century, [7], clay Votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made from clay in bronze moulds & after being stamped they were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These clay Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 6 cm to 18 cm

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Eight Clay Votive Buddha Figures, Burma, 18/19th Century, [8],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD600

Description: Eight Clay Votive Buddha Figures, Burma, 18/19th Century, [8], clay Votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made from clay in bronze moulds & after being stamped they were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These clay Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 7.5 cm to 9.5 cm

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Seven Gilt Clay Votive Buddha Figures, Burma, 18/19th Century, [7],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD600

Description: Seven Gilt Clay Votive Buddha Figures, Burma, 18/19th Century, [7], clay Votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made from clay in bronze moulds & after being stamped they were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These clay Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 7.5 cm to 11.5 cm

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Ten Gilt Clay Votive Buddha Figures, Burma 18/19th Century, [10],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD600

Description: Ten Gilt Clay Votive Buddha Figures, Burma 18/19th Century, [10], clay Votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made from clay in bronze moulds & after being stamped they were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These clay Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 6 cm to 11.5 cm

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Eleven Gilt Clay Votive Buddha Figures, Burma, 18/19th Century, [11],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD600 - AUD800

Description: Eleven Gilt Clay Votive Buddha Figures, Burma, 18/19th Century, [11], clay Votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made from clay in bronze moulds & after being stamped they were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These clay Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 6 cm to 11.5 cm

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Three early Buddha Figures, [3],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: Three early Buddha Figures, [3], a reclining wood Buddha, Ayutthaya Period, 17th Century; two metal Buddha Votives, Shan State, Burma, 18th Century Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 10 cm, 8.5 cm, 10 cm

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A Thai Bronze Figural Group describing the story of the Buddhist Monk Phra Malai, 19th Century,

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD2,000 - AUD3,000

Description: A Thai Bronze Figural Group describing the story of the Buddhist Monk Phra Malai, 19th Century, legend has it that he was an arhat from Sri Lanka who achieved great supernatural powers through his own merit & meditation. He is also honoured as a successor to Maudgalyayana, the Buddha's foremost disciple, for his supernatural attainments. In the story, this pious & compassionate monk descends to hell to give teachings & comfort the suffering hell-beings there Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. Ht. 46 cm

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A Thai Temple Plaque, Early 20th Century,

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD700

Description: A Thai Temple Plaque, Early 20th Century, consisting of numerous small clay Buddha Votive figures each recessed into individual niches votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made in bronze moulds & after being stamped were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 65 x 50 cm

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A Thai Temple Plaque, Early 20th Century,

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD700

Description: A Thai Temple Plaque, Early 20th Century, consisting of numerous small clay Buddha Votive figures each recessed into individual niches votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made in bronze moulds & after being stamped were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 106 x 36 cm

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A Large Wood & Lacquer Buddha, Shan State, Burma, 18th Century,

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD2,000 - AUD3,000

Description: A Large Wood & Lacquer Buddha, Shan State, Burma, 18th Century, seated in Vajrasana position on lotus pedestal. Buddha gesturing Bhumisparsa Mudra with fingertips touching the earth symbolizing the moment of enlightenment, carved from a single piece of teak wood, with remnants of original red lacquer & gold leaf decoration Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 101 x 38 cm

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A White Marble Buddha Head, Burma, 18th Century; together with a small Chinese Stone Figure, [2],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: A White Marble Buddha Head, Burma, 18th Century; together with a small Chinese Stone Figure, [2], Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 8.5 cm, 4.5 cm

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Two Mongolian Metal Gua (Travelling Alter Shrine Boxes), 18/19th Century, [2],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD800 - AUD1,200

Description: Two Mongolian Metal Gua (Travelling Alter Shrine Boxes), 18/19th Century, [2], a clay figure of the Deity Yamantaka in a fine copper Repousse Gua with Tibetan Character on the front; a polychrome painted Buddha or Deity with consort in a fine copper Repousse Gua with Tibetan Character on the front clay Votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made from clay in bronze moulds & after being stamped they were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These clay Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 11 cm, 12.5 x 15 cm

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A Mongolian Bronze Figure of Vajarapani, 19th Century,

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD800 - AUD1,200

Description: A Mongolian Bronze Figure of Vajarapani, 19th Century, bronze, painted, base sealed Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 20 X 15 cm

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A Japanese Gilt Wood Amida Buddha,

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May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD600 - AUD800

Description: A Japanese Gilt Wood Amida Buddha, finely carved, standing on an elaborate lotus flower base, Meiji Period Amida is one of the loftiest savior figures in Japanese Buddhism, and Amida faith is concerned primarily with the life to come, the life in the beyond. To followers of Japan's Pure Land sects, Amida has eclipsed the historical Buddha as the most popular divinity in Japan's Mahayana traditions. Amida appears with great frequency in Japanese religious painting and statuary Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 43 cm

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Five Small Bronze Buddha's on stand; together with Six Clay Puppet Heads, [11],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD300 - AUD500

Description: Five Small Bronze Buddha's on stand; together with Six Clay Puppet Heads, [11], Buddha's Shan State, Burma, 18th Century; clay puppet heads, Burma, 19th Century votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made in bronze moulds & after being stamped were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 10 cm, clay puppet heads 5 cm to 7 cm

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Two Fine Buddhist Zushi Travelling Shrines, [2],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD600 - AUD800

Description: Two Fine Buddhist Zushi Travelling Shrines, [2], a figure of Fudo-Myoo, lacquer & wood Zushi with metal filigree designs, Meiji Period; a fine old wooden Buddha statue in wood & lacquer Zushi, Edo Period Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 19 x 13 cm, 17 x 7.5 cm

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Five early metal Buddha Votives, Burma, 18th Century, [5],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD600

Description: Five early metal Buddha Votives, Burma, 18th Century, [5], all of the same design, Buddha sitting under the Bohdi Tree at the moment of enlightenment votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made in bronze moulds & after being stamped were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. all 14 cm

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A Finely Carved Mongolian Wood & Polychrome Painted Figure of Vajrakilaya,

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD2,000 - AUD3,000

Description: A Finely Carved Mongolian Wood & Polychrome Painted Figure of Vajrakilaya, terminating into a Vajra & piecing a recumbent human figure laying on a Lotus Shaped Base. Vajrakilaya is a wrathful form of Vajrasattva, the pure vajra nature of Enlightenment. In this imagery, the compassion of the Buddhas is expressed forcefully, to eradicate in a powerful way the entrenched ignorance and emotional afflictions which cause obstacles, interfering with auspicious circumstances and preventing the dawning of realization. Late 19th Century Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 38 cm

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Three Clay Buddha Votives, Burma, 18th Century, [3],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: Three Clay Buddha Votives, Burma, 18th Century, [3], two with gold paint & the third with silver painted decoration clay Votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made from clay in bronze moulds & after being stamped they were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These clay Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 10 cm, 10 cm, 12 cm

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Twelve fine Mongolian Miniature Thangka Paintings on Cloth, 19th Century, [12],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD600 - AUD800

Description: Twelve fine Mongolian Miniature Thangka Paintings on Cloth, 19th Century, [12], depicting, Buddha, Bodhisattvas, Padmasambhava & wrathful deities miniature Thangka Paintings are used for personal spiritual practices when travelling. They are often kept in a bronze or wood Gua, a type of locket that houses the painting. It is then worn around the neck for devotional practices & protection when travelling. The Mongolian painters in this miniature form are said to be the finest artists in Vajrayana Buddhist communities Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 6.5 cm to 10.5 cm

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Ten fine Mongolian Miniature Thangka Paintings, 19th Century, [10],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD800 - AUD1,200

Description: Ten fine Mongolian Miniature Thangka Paintings, 19th Century, [10], depicting, Buddha, Bodhisattvas, Padmasambhava & wrathful deities Provenance: Suzy Lebasi / Soo Tze Oriental Antiques miniature Thangka Paintings are used for personal spiritual practices when travelling. They are often kept in a bronze or wood Gua, a type of locket that houses the painting. It is then worn around the neck for devotional practices & protection when travelling. The Mongolian painters in this miniature form are said to be the finest artists in Vajrayana Buddhist communities Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 7.5 cm to 12 cm

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A Set of Eight large size Miniature Mongolian Thangka Paintings, 19/20th Century, [8],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD600 - AUD800

Description: A Set of Eight large size Miniature Mongolian Thangka Paintings, 19/20th Century, [8], depicting, Buddha, Bodhisattvas, Padmasambhava & wrathful deities miniature Thangka Paintings are used for personal spiritual practices when travelling. They are often kept in a bronze or wood Gua, a type of locket that houses the painting. It is then worn around the neck for devotional practices & protection when travelling. The Mongolian painters in this miniature form are said to be the finest artists in Vajrayana Buddhist communities Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 16 x 12.5 cm

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Seven finely painted Mongolian Miniature Thangka Paintings, [7],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD600

Description: Seven finely painted Mongolian Miniature Thangka Paintings, [7], depicting Maitreya Buddha & other wrathful deities miniature Thangka Paintings are used for personal spiritual practices when travelling. They are often kept in a bronze or wood Gua, a type of locket that houses the painting. It is then worn around the neck for devotional practices & protection when travelling. The Mongolian painters in this miniature form are said to be the finest artists in Vajrayana Buddhist communities Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 5 cm to 18.5 cm

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Nine finely painted Mongolian Miniature Thangka Paintings, [9],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD600

Description: Nine finely painted Mongolian Miniature Thangka Paintings, [9], depicting Buddha, Bodhisattvas & other deities miniature Thangka Paintings are used for personal spiritual practices when traveling. They are often kept in a bronze or wood Gua, a type of locket that houses the painting. It is then worn around the neck for devotional practices & protection when travelling. The Mongolian painters in this miniature form are said to be the finest artists in Vajrayana Buddhist communities Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 6.5 cm to 19 cm

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A Donsong Bronze Bell,

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD600 - AUD800

Description: A Donsong Bronze Bell, Vietnam 1000 BCE - 300CE, in the form of a stylized figure with ancient green blue patina due to the copper content of the metal Provenance: Parkham Place Gallery - Cito Cessna, Sydney, Australia / Todd Barlin Collection. Ht. 13.5 cm

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A Tibetan Gilt Bronze Figure; together with two Mongolian Clay Votives, [3],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD700

Description: A Tibetan Gilt Bronze Figure; together with two Mongolian Clay Votives, [3], including a figure of a Bodhisattva, 17th Century; clay Votives 18/19th Century Provenance of Tibetan Figure: Marie-Francoise Fatton / Au Lion Des Neiges Gallery Sydney clay Votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made from clay in bronze moulds & after being stamped they were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These clay Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 6 cm to 7 cm

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Four Tibetan & Mongolian Votives, 19th Century, [4],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: Four Tibetan & Mongolian Votives, 19th Century, [4], a clay Votive; a small bronze of Jambhala riding a lion; a Tibetan silver faced Gua with clay Tsa Tsa of Buddha inside; a Mongolian clay Tsa Tsa of Yamantaka clay Votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made from clay in bronze moulds & after being stamped they were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These clay Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 8.5 x 7 cm, 5.5 x 7 cm, 7 x 6.5 cm, 8.5 x 7 cm

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A Carved Wood & Lacquer Standing Laos Buddha, 17th Century; together with another Wood & Gilt Laos Buddha, 19th Century, [2],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: A Carved Wood & Lacquer Standing Laos Buddha, 17th Century; together with another Wood & Gilt Laos Buddha, 19th Century, [2], 17th Century; 19th Century Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 33 cm, 29 cm

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Two Tibetan Clay Votives (Tsa Tsa), [2],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: Two Tibetan Clay Votives (Tsa Tsa), [2], an early Avalokiteshvara; a Tsa Tsa of the Deity Yamantaka (the Buddha Manjushri in wrathful form). clay Votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made from clay in bronze moulds & after being stamped they were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These clay Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 14 x 9 cm, 15.5 x 12 cm

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Five Gilt Wood Temple Offerings, Burma, 19th Century, [5],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: Five Gilt Wood Temple Offerings, Burma, 19th Century, [5], in the form of a Buddha, three Monks & a Stupa votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made in bronze moulds & after being stamped were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 4 cm to 9 cm

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Three Ancient Clay Votives, Pagan Burma, 10/12th Century, [3],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD1,500 - AUD2,500

Description: Three Ancient Clay Votives, Pagan Burma, 10/12th Century, [3], showing Buddha sitting in a field of Stupa, with fine detail Pali Script Sutra's visible clay Votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made from clay in bronze moulds & after being stamped they were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These clay Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Parkham Place Gallery, Cito Cessna, Sydney, Australia / Todd Barlin Collection. 12 cm, 15 cm, 17 cm

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A Collection of Eleven Early Clay Buddhist Votives from Tibet & Mongolia, 18/19th Century, [11],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: A Collection of Eleven Early Clay Buddhist Votives from Tibet & Mongolia, 18/19th Century, [11], In the forms of Buddha's, Bodhisattvas, Padmasambhava and Protector Deities Votives were made & used in Buddhist Communities to show devotion & earn merit, they were made in bronze moulds & after being stamped were left to sun dry. When dry they were often hand painted with lacquer & gold or silver leaf, when finished they were used to fill up Stupa (sacred Buddhist monuments). These Votives known as Tsa Tsa in Tibet were also used in funerary practices for the deceased Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 2.5 cm to 6.5 cm

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A fine Mongolian Clay Buddha,

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: A fine Mongolian Clay Buddha, painted blue & red, sitting on a rounded lotus base, Early 20th Century Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 25 cm

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A fine Japanese natural wood figure of a tall elegant Stork; together with a natural wood Turtle, [2],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD600

Description: A fine Japanese natural wood figure of a tall elegant Stork; together with a natural wood Turtle, [2], both are auspicious signs for good fortune, Meiji Period Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 58 cm, 22 cm

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Four Mongolian clay Buddha Heads on a stand; together with a Japanese Sake & Imari Tea Bowl; together with a water dropper, [7],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD200 - AUD300

Description: Four Mongolian clay Buddha Heads on a stand; together with a Japanese Sake & Imari Tea Bowl; together with a water dropper, [7], Japanese water dropper is in the form of a sea shell, 19th Century Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 6 cm, 5.5 cm, 5 cm, 8 cm

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Lama's Tantric Crown, Mongolia, Late 19th Century,

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: Lama's Tantric Crown, Mongolia, Late 19th Century, painted with a single Buddha on each leaf of the crown, this tantric Tibetan lama crown was made of multi-ply, hand-painted paper during the Late 19th or very Early 20th century. Through a fabric ribbon, the crown can be tied around the forehead & consists of five leaf-shaped segments. Each segment shows a small hand painted image of one of the Five Principle Buddha's. Deep embossed floral decorations surround each Buddha. The reverse has mantra's in Tibetan Script on each back section Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 47 x 15 cm

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A fine Japanese Zushi Travelling Buddhist Shrine, Edo Period,

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD700

Description: A fine Japanese Zushi Travelling Buddhist Shrine, Edo Period, in the original shrine box with a gilt sitting Buddha on a lotus flower, Edo Period this small, portable shrine called a zushi in Japanese merges sacred and personal space because it can be held in the hand while serving as a container for a Buddhist image. Though it resembles a simple box covered in plain black lacquer when its doors are closed, extravagant designs and a colorful sculpture of a Buddha emerge when the doors open Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 36 x 20 x 15 cm

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A fine Mongolian Sutra Prayer Book, Late 19th Century,

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD600 - AUD800

Description: A fine Mongolian Sutra Prayer Book, Late 19th Century, made with black pages painted in gold Tibetan script & four small illustrations of Buddha, green Tara & two Stupas Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 22 x 19 cm

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A large & fine Mongolian Illustrated Sutra Prayer Book,

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD1,500 - AUD2,000

Description: A large & fine Mongolian Illustrated Sutra Prayer Book, with multiple pages of Tibetan script & three pages of illustrations depicting the Buddha's, lamas, wrathful & peaceful deities, with original wood cover, Late 19th Century Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 59 x 14 x 7 cm

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A Japanese Ceramic Kannon Figure; together with a Ceramic Figure of a Hawk, [2],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: A Japanese Ceramic Kannon Figure; together with a Ceramic Figure of a Hawk, [2], a Japanese Ceramic Kannon Figure with good glaze & features, Meiji Period; a fine hand sculpted & painted ceramic figure of a Hawk standing on a rock, Showa Period Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 25.5 cm, 22 cm

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Seven fine Mongolian drawings on paper, Early 20th Century, [7],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: Seven fine Mongolian drawings on paper, Early 20th Century, [7], depicting Buddha & other peaceful deities Tsakali cards were used by travelling Buddhist teachers moving from one monastery to another in order to teach & initiate others in Vajrayana Buddhist teachings. When laid on the ground in the form of a mandala, they functioned to create a fixed sacred space like that of a temple. The deities shown on these initiation cards can include the Tathagata Buddha's, various bodhisattvas, fierce protectors, & the possible realms of rebirth Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 13 x 12 cm, 11 cm, 9 cm

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Two Japanese Pottery Ware Buddhist Figures, [2],

by Theodore Bruce

May 8, 2016, 12:00 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimate: AUD300 - AUD400

Description: Two Japanese Pottery Ware Buddhist Figures, [2], a Kannon figure (Goddess of Mercy), Meiji Period; a Pottery Ware figure of the great monk Kukai, Showa Period Provenance: Todd Barlin Collection. 30 cm, 37 cm

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