Xanadu Gallery


BLACK SCHIST BUDDHA SEATED ON A ROCK THRONE
WITH A VARJA BELOW
NEPAL, 9TH-10TH CENTURY
24" HIGH X 13.5" X 5.5"
27" HIGH INCL BASE

EX: SPINK, LONDON, JULY 1987.

Contact: Marsha Vargas Handley
Email: [email protected]


on-line gallery opened: 06 Jul. 2007
Updated: 09 Aug. 2019 (Gallery1: Asia: Japan)        Updated: 29 Mar. 2018 (Gallery2: Asia: China)        Updated: 24 Jul. 2015 (Gallery3: Asia: India)        Updated: 07 Aug. 2020 (Gallery4: Asia: Himalaya)        Updated: 09 Mar. 2017 (Gallery5: Asia: Southeast Asia)        Updated: 12 Dec. 2011 (Gallery6: Oceania)        Updated: 09 Mar. 2017 (Gallery7: Jewelry)        

Asia: Japan

Asia: Japan Extensive collection of fine antique netsuke and related items including gold lacquer inro, pipecases and tonkotsu. Japanese woodblock prints from Hiroshige to Yoshida are available as well as a select group of ceramics, bronzes and other decorative works of art.

Asia: China

Asia: China Chinese neolithic ceramics to Qing dynasty snuff bottles are among the many treasures in the Xanadu Gallery collections.

Asia: India

Asia: India From classical Gandharan sculpture to nineteenth century Rajasthani carvings and traditional textiles, Xanadu Gallery presents a wide and diverse collection of Indian art and antiquities.

Asia: Himalaya

Asia: Himalaya Xanadu Gallery's offerings from the "roof of the world" include medieval bronzes, icons, and thangkas from the Buddhist cultures of Tibet and Nepal.

Asia: Southeast Asia

Asia: Southeast Asia Buddhist bronzes from Thailand, glorious Khmer sculptures and tribal silver and textiles are among the many wonders Xanadu Gallery offers from a vanishing world.

Oceania

Oceania Extensive collections from Papau New Guinea including warshields, ritual objects, shell ornaments as well as a very select group of Western Australian aboriginal objects.

Jewelry

Jewelry A unique selection of fine ethnic antique and traditional jewelry from around the world including tribal pieces and excavated Roman and earlier amulets and beads.

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