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Very Rare.  92.5% Silver Handicraft.  100% Himalayan Crystal.  Turquoise and Coral Stones. Rinpoche.  Offering Pot.  Vessel.  Nepal.

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“Gulpa” in the Newari language of central Nepal is the word for a begging bowl.  “Rinpoche” is a Tibetan term for precious one.  Both terms help to describe these rare pots that are completely handmade and consist of high quality silverwork (92.5%), 100% Himalayan crystal and decorative gems.


Truly this is a work of art and almost impossible to find.


This pot belonged to a wealthy Newar Kathmandu family and they owned it for about 30 years.   Before that it was used to offer rice grain to a single monk.  Great history.


The detail is spectacular.  PRICELESS, to say the least!


For the Serious Collector.  Stand not included.


This item has SOLD.  Many thanks to M.S. !




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