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Country Group:South and Southeast Asia (Thailand, Burma, Laos, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Vietnam)
Item id: 396

This is a very unusual small bronze temple or shrine designed to house a Buddha. It looks related to the Shan style "Buddha story" pieces of the 18/19th century, although the casting on this one is heavier and of better quality, leading me to believe that this one is likely earlier. Generally in good shape: the only loss is to the lower reverse, which does not show when there is a Buddha inside. I put a (15th century silver Thai) Buddha in one or 2 of the photos to give a sense of how it looks. The Buddha i

Availability : Sold

Country: Burma

Material: Bronze

Dating: 17th Century - 18th Century

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