On both sides of the opening two Hamsa birds can be seen. The hamsa is an aquatic bird of passage, such as a goose or a swan. Its icon is used in Indian and Southeast Asian culture as a spiritual symbol and a decorative element.
At the lower end, two gazelles are shown. It is a reminder of Buddha's first sermon after his enlightenment in the gazelle grove of Sarnath.
The inner filling consists of small Guru Rinpoche Padmasambhava Tsa Tsa, ancient prayer flags, a hand-written paper with mantras and consecrated seeds.
The light orange color of the tsa tsa is falsified on the first image. Detail 6 shows the actual color value better.
Probably Age: 70 - 80 years.
|Measurements:||5.1 x 5.1 x 2.6 " | 13.0 x 13.0 x 6.5 cm|
|Price:||282 $ | 245 €|
|Material:||Dark Copper with Brass|
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