Tibetan Gilt-Bronze Figure of Yamantaka
Probably 19th Century
The wrathful deity with the primary head of a cow flanked by human heads below flaming blue hair, holding a scull cup and chopper in the primary hands, the remaining four hands with other instruments, dressed in necklaces dangling with severed human heads, fitted standing on the back of a cow cast kneeling on a prostate figure on a lotus base. Height 8 inches.
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