Burmese Antique Alabaster Ava Buddha Statue
AGE: – Between 17th – 18th Century
CONSTRUCTION: – Alabaster
HEIGHT: – 37cm
WIDTH: – 21cm
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Burmese Antique Alabaster Ava Buddha Statue with a fully carved incised robe with the lapel draped over the right shoulder, a style introduced into Buddhist iconography during the Pinya Kingdom, prior to the Ava Kingdom, also known as the Vijaya State ruling central Myanmar from 1313 – 1365AD.
The ears, usnisha, and finial on this Buddha statue are typically seen in Ava-style Buddha statues, the ears are large and reach down to touch the shoulders. Fingernails are painted and the Buddha image is seated on a plain pedestal with the outline of the robe carved into the top of the pedestal with a circular incised pattern on the legs.