Tibetan bronze seals cast with the lost wax technique, for the monk's personal use.
This was often used in place of a signature, it can be used with both ink and sealing wax.
The first one represents the Buddha "bhumisparsha" - he is always depicted seated, with his right hand resting on his knee and his fingers facing the ground.
The left hand rests on the lap with the palm facing upwards.
This mudra represents the moment when the Buddha attained enlightenment at the foot of the Bodhi tree.
The second one represents the stupa, the buddha's mind.
Stupas are monuments for world peace.
Through their perfect shape, these structures express the clear nature of the mind enlightenment.
The presence of the Buddha eyes on two sides is also evident.
Traces of wear on the top part of the seals due to use.
Weight 86 g, stupa 6 cm and
69 g, Buddha 4.3 cm.
- N.º total de artículos
- Fundición a la cera perdida
- Segunda mitad del siglo XX
- Región / País de origen
- Tema / representación
- Uno de los 8 símbolos budistas.
- Título de la obra de arte
- Timbro Parasole
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- 60×25×25 mm