This is an extremely uncommon Buddha from Burma . It is in a late Ava style, and is made of a glazed terracotta or clay. I have never seen a piece like this before. Virtually all of the Burmese terracotta Buddhas are smaller or are votive plaques, and none that I have seen have been glazed. In exceptional condition, with no damage or repairs. It was originally gilded, and some of the gilding remains. The brownish red glazing has some expectable wear and minor loss, but is overall in good shape. Stands 6 and 1/4 inches high. A one of a kind.
Availability : Sold
Dating: 17th Century - 18th Century