"Ritual Bowl dripping from the skull of a high ranking lama" , XVIII - XIX century, author unknown
"Ritual Bowl dripping from the skull of a high ranking lama"
Tibet, XVIII - XIX centuries .; Bone, silver, semi-precious stones; 18,3x 14 cm.
Cult-sacrificial vessel from the skull of a high-ranking lamas (priests) pictures tantric deity (god of esoteric Buddhism) in the form of yab-yum in the arms of shakti.
Presented by the three-headed and many-armed image of Chakrasamvara Yogini Vadzhavaryhi his fine work on the rubber pedestal designated as a lotus flower in front of a fiery halo; couple embodies the highest degree of happiness; edge of the container is framed with silver skulls, and decorated on the sides with precious gems rimmed, turquoise and corals. Inside the vessel is lined with a thin sheet of silver.
The subject has a significant historical and cultural value.
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