Global Art & Artifacts

Buddha Head Fragment.  Bronze.  Buddhist.  Thailand

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What can I say?  Nothing . .  that would adequately describe this Buddha head.


The crown of hair (aka Ushnisha) – one of the most iconic features of Buddhist art – is fully in tact with the common peppercorn-like curls (representing freedom) and moving upward to a flame point.


Acquired from a private collector of Buddhist art who claims to have acquired this head fragment in that late 1960s.


For the Serious Collector.  Little oxidation with excellent patina.


Sold with stand.


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