Beautiful impressive wooden statue of Amida 阿弥陀仏, Buddha of infinite light and life
Japan, ca. 1750, Edo period
Amida Buddha is seated cross-legged in dhyanasana with the hands resting in dhyana mudra, cast in the front with drapery falling from the chest with the eyes in a meditative expression all supported on a lotus throne with petal lappets.
Agewear as depicted. In good condition for its age.
Right arm has been repaired. See photos.
31 cm high, 23 cm wide and 18,5 cm deep.
Weight: 1545 g.
Beautiful Edo period statue.
Amida, Buddha of infinite light and life, is a celestial buddha according to the scriptures of Mahayana Buddhism. Amida possesses infinite merits resulting from good deeds over countless past lives. Amida is the head of the Lotus family.
Will be carefully packaged/sent by registered mail.
- Große (31 cm) sehr alte Statue von Amida Buddha 弥陀 仏
- Mittlere Edo-Zeit
- Guter Zustand, siehe Beschreibung
- 31×23×18 cm