Six Bronze Repousse Heads from Tibet 19th Century
|Size||8cm -9cm each|
These six fine repousse heads were likely beads off a large Deities Necklace. Each head has an individual facial expression and varied coloured hair. I had these framed on a black background where the colours really stood out. Each head can be individually taken out of the frame & or mounted on small stands where they can be arranged in a row on a shelf or table.
Provenance: The Todd Barlin Collection of Buddhist Art
Published and Exhibited: “The Art of Compassion ” 2018 by David Templeman Published page 55
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