Wednesday, July 25, 2012

July Arrivals at Maiwa East

MAIWA EAST
presents

MANIFESTATIONS

New Statuary and Bronze Vessels



A resting Buddha with a face of serene contemplation. 
One of the most beautiful pieces we've seen. 
Call for pricing (604 669 3939).



Seated Buddha. We have two of these figures. Both feature the physiognomy of the central Asian Buddha. One makes The earth-touching gesture (bhumisparshamudra) with his right hand, the other makes the raised palm gesture (Abhaya Mudra) you see here. Approx 10 inches high and 6 inches wide. $399 each.



Krishna with flute. An intricate brass figure with a wealth of detail. This is the god Vishnu incarnated as Krishna. This statue shows him in a popular pose, playing the flute in a relaxed position to enchant the listener. This figure is aprox 20 inches tall and 8 inches wide. It is polished with coloured details.
Call for pricing (604 669 3939).



Krishna with flute. Another variation of the god Vishnu incarnated as Krishna. This figure is aprox 14 inches high and 6 inches wide. Brass with patina. $799.00



Bronze Vessel. A very unusual item. This vessel has three feet, each one with a circular ring. It also has two handles in the form of a rampant figures. The sides are etched with geometric designs. $499.00




Bronze Vessel. An object of classic proportions and design. This piece is evocative of Mughal India. The surface is embellished with a raised vine motif. An elegant and timeless object. $349.00 



Bronze Vessel. Another vessel that recalls Mughal India. The centre is a circle with flowing script and a central tree motif. The patina is exquisite. Approx 18 inches tall and 12 inches wide. $599.00 




Bronze Vessel. A third example of work which is reminiscent of artifacts produced during the Mughal reign. A pear shaped bronze vessel with a vine motif and flowing arabic script in the center. Aprox 13 inches high by 10 inches wide. $499.00



Maiwa East

Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10 - 5
Open Sunday 11 - 5
1310 Odlum Drive. Vancouver, BC, Canada





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