2001. A Copper Alloy Figure of a White Tara

Object description
A COPPER ALLOY FIGURE OF THE SEVEN-EYED WHITE TARA, seated on a double-lotus throne with legs crossed in dhyanasana, her right hand extended in varada mudra and her left in vitarka mudra, the face decorated with cold gold paste, the hair and crown with traces of red and blue colour, sealed, Eastern Tibet, 18th century, height c. 11 cm

There are three eyes on her face (including the one on her forehead) and one eye on each palm of her hands and feet, allowing her to see all beings in all the realms of existence.

Reportedly from the noble Estonian family Paijkull.