Bodhisattva Set Sculpture | Traditional Buddhist Deities Statues



Finely Hand Carved Sculpture Set of Bodhisattva Deities

The set sculpture of the Bodhisattva was meticulously hand-carved in Nepal using traditional Himalayan craftsmanship. We are the artist of Kathmandu valley whose artwork in making ancient Vajrayana statues has passed through generations. We have finely hand-crafted the sculptures using genuine 24k gold in a pure copper body. The materials used in this art are of high quality and will endure for many years without damage or scratches. All the deities portrayed in this artwork sitting peacefully on a moon disc lotus seat are exquisitely wonderful. Both your daily meditation practices and many auspicious Buddhist occasions can benefit from the use of this art. These small indoor figurines will be a tremendous meditational gift from Nepal to a practitioner like you. 

Size: 9"/23cm (Height) x 6.2"/16cm (Base)
Weight: 1.48 kg
Total Weight: 4.94 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings

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