Collection Name: Sakyamuni Golden Buddha in Xuande Period of Qing Dynasty Collection Category: Buddha Statue
Collection price: RMB bargaining
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The golden Buddha statue is a sitting statue of Sakyamuni, with a bun of hair-like meat buns, a whole body of golden, eyes closed, earlobes and shoulders lobed, knotted and sat down, with a magic mark, and a light, close-fitting robe. The figure proportion is harmonious and the shape is beautiful.
Most of the statues of Qing Buddha have thorns. Some have sarcomas on the top of their heads, big ears, a flesh fold on the chin, and one to four flesh folds on the neck. The more flesh folds, the closer the age is. In front of the chest, some of them are cast with the word "Qiao". They are dressed in robes, chest and sitting on the table with their palms facing upward. Lotus-shaped or hill-shaped pedestals are relatively high compared with previous generations, and there is no file mark on the pedestal. Inscriptions or in front of the legs. Sitting posture varies, legs or a disc, or an arch. Song Kaba wears a "cap" shape. The colour is reddish again, and the golden water is yellow and thick.
This collection is "Sakyamuni Golden Buddha Statue Made in Qianlong Period of Qing Dynasty". This Sakyamuni headdress has spiral hair, high hair bun and top jewelry. His face is dignified, his eyebrows are bent, his eyes are slightly closed, and his manner is kind and cordial. Wide shoulders and waist, straight body, well-proportioned body. Hands and feet are delicate and realistic, soft and flexible. Dressed in right shoulder gown, right shoulder dressed at the edge of the gown, full of decorative. With exquisite workmanship and perfect image processing, it is worshipped as a treasure. It has high economic value and collection value.