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Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Ambika Yakshi, A Jain Protective Goddess. Geography: Made in India, Asia Probably made in Rajasthan, India, Asia Date: 1460-1461 Medium: Copper alloy with silver inlay Dimensions: 7 1/2 × 4 9/16 × 2 7/8 inches (19.1 × 11.6 × 7.3 cm) Curatorial Department: South Asian Art Object Location: Currently not on view  Accession Number: 1927-18-2 Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. J. Norman Henry, 1927

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Ambika Yakshi, A Jain Protective Goddess. Geography: Made in India, Asia Probably made in Rajasthan, India, Asia Date: 1460-1461 Medium: Copper alloy with silver inlay Dimensions: 7 1/2 × 4 9/16 × 2 7/8 inches (19.1 × 11.6 × 7.3 cm) Curatorial Department: South Asian Art Object Location: Currently not on view Accession Number: 1927-18-2 Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. J. Norman Henry, 1927

Santinatha (Figure) Rajasthan, India (probably, made)  Date: 1168 (made)  Artist/Maker: Unknown (production)  Materials and Techniques: Bronze

Santinatha (Figure) Rajasthan, India (probably, made) Date: 1168 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Bronze

A Jain Brass Shrine, Gujarat, western India, circa 15th century <br> With central figure of a seated tirthankara on a raised cushion flanked by chauri bearers, a canopy and apsarases above, surmounted by twin kalasa finials, enhanced with silver and copper inlay, a fragmentary dedicatory inscription in devanagari on the reverse <br> 14cm high <br> ++Worn and slightly pitted in places, one or two knocks <br>

A Jain Brass Shrine, Gujarat, western India, circa 15th century <br> With central figure of a seated tirthankara on a raised cushion flanked by chauri bearers, a canopy and apsarases above, surmounted by twin kalasa finials, enhanced with silver and copper inlay, a fragmentary dedicatory inscription in devanagari on the reverse <br> 14cm high <br> ++Worn and slightly pitted in places, one or two knocks <br>

A&J Speelman Oriental Art | Indian | Bronze | A Bronze Altarpiece with Jina Vimalanatha

A&J Speelman Oriental Art | Indian | Bronze | A Bronze Altarpiece with Jina Vimalanatha

<b>Antique Indian Brass/Bronze Shrine</b> <br  /> Antique Indian brass/bronze stele-like shrine;  probably <i>Hindu</i> or <i>Jain</i>, with central deity seated on a stepped pedestal and surrounded by many smaller deities or attendants; the central figure with inlaid eyes, inscription to verso (usual wear); H: 6 3/4"

<b>Antique Indian Brass/Bronze Shrine</b> <br /> Antique Indian brass/bronze stele-like shrine; probably <i>Hindu</i> or <i>Jain</i>, with central deity seated on a stepped pedestal and surrounded by many smaller deities or attendants; the central figure with inlaid eyes, inscription to verso (usual wear); H: 6 3/4"

Indian and Himalayan : A Jain silvered bronze figure of the maternal deity, Ambika

Indian and Himalayan : A Jain silvered bronze figure of the maternal deity, Ambika

Shiva as Virabhadra, a warrior who destroyed Daksha Yagna after Sati immolated herself in the fire of a ritual horse sacrifice. Daksha is below left with ibex head. 16-17th C. Brass, Karnakata, India

Shiva as Virabhadra, a warrior who destroyed Daksha Yagna after Sati immolated herself in the fire of a ritual horse sacrifice. Daksha is below left with ibex head. 16-17th C. Brass, Karnakata, India

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