Gandhara Atlas figure
Acephalic statue of Maitreya, the Buddha of the future
Holding a kamandalu or sport copy watches uk water flask containing ‘amrita’, the elixir of life, as a symbolic promise of salvation in the future.
Gandhara Art, schist stone, northwest Pakistan, 2nd-3rd Century AD
- Height 21,5cm - Width 16,5cm
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Parthian terracotta banqueteer
2nd Century AD A flat-backed figure, modelled with large almond eyes, is reclining on a couch and wears a conical headdress 13cm long, 11,5cm high Price: 500 EUR
Neolithic terracotta eye idol
Tell Brak, Syria.
Flared, hollow base and irregularly shaped pierced ‘eyes’. 5th-4th millennium BC
Price: 1100 EUR
Javanese terracotta panel 14th-15th century
This terracotta panel consists of 32 smaller panels (20.5 x 31 cms each), to form a relief scène of 158 x 132 (H) x 7 cms.
It represents a scene from the Ramayana: the abduction of SITA (daughter of King Janaka) by the demon Rawana, sitting on his vehicle.
The bird Jatuyu attacks this vehicle so that it falls down from the skies and he tries to carry Sita away in safety but by doing this his weighing to heavy to defend him against the demon.
This panel comes with a thermoluminiscence certificate which confirms it’s age (14th -15th century).
Price: 30000 EUR