A large dark copper statue of Yamantaka, the most fierce form of Manjushri. He is a principal meditation deity of the Vajrabhairava and Yamari class of tantras. Here he is seen in union (Yab-Yum) with his consort Vajra Vetali. He has thirty-four hands wielding ritual implements and weapons and stands on sixteen legs.
This statue has some age (approx 30 years old or more). It displays very nice detail and the base is hollow to allow for consecration. The base is also detachable from the statue.
Condition: Excellent with patina and verdigris commensurate of age.
Hand crafted using the Lost Wax process in Nepal.
height approx 9 inches
weigtht 3 kilos
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