This Tsa Tsa clearly shows a lama sitting on a single layered lotus throne. Since there are no inscriptions [left] on it, its determination is not easy. However, there are several indications that it is Lama Shantarakshita [Tib.: zhi ba tsho ཞི་བ་འཚོ ]:
Originally, the Tsa Tsa had a single-line Tibetan inscription on both sides of the lama at shoulder level, of which, unfortunately, only a single letter [Zha] on the right side is recognizable today. This single letter is of course not sufficient to determine the lama.
Time has left its traces. Especially in the lower part [left hand and lotus throne] the surface is no longer completely intact. Regardless of this, the lama depiction still has a very dignified appearance.
Age: probably 19th cent.
|Measurements:||1.7 x 1.5 x 0.7" | 4.4 x 3.7 x 1.8 cm|
|Price:||98 $ | 95 €|
|Shipment:||Parcel Service from Germany|
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