Seated in dhyanasana on a throne with his hands folded in his lap, the folds of his sanghati elegantly pooling at his ankles and spilling over the edge of the base, his torso adorned with beaded necklaces, the face serene with heavy-lidded eyes and raised urna surmounted by a headdress and backed by a nimbus, two attendant figures to his left, one to his right.
Condition: condition commensurate with age, loss to the hands of the standing attendant, far left, expected minor wear to the noses of all figures and small background section missing to the panel right otherwise in very good condition with some mineral accretion throughout, especially to the top and bottom panels and inside the crevices. Nicely carved and presents very well. Museum quality custom mount.
Dimensions: Width: (11.43 cm) 4.5 inches, Height: (14.88 cm) 5.86 inches.
Provenance: Private Woodbury, Connecticut collection, acquired in the 1960's and then by descent.