Sitting buddha on a lotus
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Golden glazed iron buddha sitting on a lotus. This buddha is a copy of a Tang Dynasty Rulai buddha from more than 1000 years ago. The tower in buddha's hands is one of the buddhist weapons to catch evil spirits.In China, the Rulai buddha outranks all other buddhas. This buddha was previously placed in a buddha display case by a wealthy family.
H34 x D15 x W20 cm
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