Tibetan Mendicants Bowl Formed from a Beaten Copper Covered Tortoise Shell
Tibetan Mendicants Bowl Formed from a Beaten Copper Covered Tortoise Shell
Tibetan Mendicants Bowl Formed from a Beaten Copper Covered Tortoise Shell

Tibetan Mendicants Bowl Formed from a Beaten Copper Covered Tortoise Shell

1800 to 1900 Tibet

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A Tibetan Mendicants Bowl Formed from a Beaten Copper Covered Tortoise Shell
An inscription in Sanskrit along one side
Early 19th Century

Size: 19cm long, 13.5cm wide, 9cm high – 7½ ins long, 5¼ ins wide, 3½ ins high
Provenance: Ex Private Southern French collection
The Buddha is often depicted seated with a bowl in his left hand and the Tibetan alms bowl is still one of the traditional possessions of the Buddhist monk that is used to gather alms for the monastery.
Medium
Copper and Tortoise
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