Antique Tibetan Lacquered Bronze Statue Damchen Garwa Nagpo Goat Riding Dharma Guardian Origin: Tibet. Circa: early 19th century H 10 in. (25cm), W 7.25 in. (18.5cm), D 4 in. (10cm) Condition: very good! F inely cast, lacquered and detailed with skillful artistry, this stunning bronze is an unusual representation of the World Protector Damchen Garwa Nagpo, whom originally believed to be converted by Padmasambhava to be a vowed protector of Buddhism. The wrathful deity is beautifully aged in burgundy red, he is wearing the hat of a Geluns (Chiefs), with three bulging eyes, a bared fangs menacing laughing expression, and flaming orange hair, adorned with large earrings, his raised right-hand holds a vajra hammer and the left a blacksmith’s bellows, lavishly attired in full-length garments and boots, riding atop a brown goat with twisted horns, and surrounded by a yellow flaming mandorla; With all its power intact, the force of Garwa Nagpo can be felt emanating in this century-old guardian statue. Authenticity Guaranteed We guarantee all artifacts to be genuine as described. It is our policy never to deliberately list fakes as genuine. All contemporary Asian art listed will always be stated as such. Item description is subject to errors. The item “Garwa Nagpo Guardian on Goat Antique Tibetan Bronze Buddha Shrine Statue” is in sale since Monday, October 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Figurines & Statues”. The seller is “buddhamuseum” and is located in Richmond, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Primary Material: Bronze
- Theme: Buddha