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Figure of a Charioteer Period: Eastern Zhou dynasty, Warring States period (475–221 B.C.) Date: 4th–3rd century B.C. Culture: China Medium: Bronze

Tian Tan Buddha, Hong Kong, China* Arielle Gabriel's memoir The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept. of Miracles, a unique tale of a mystic suffering financial devastation among the world's richest ex-pats *

Chinese cloisonne enamel gilt bronze stupa qianlong period Four guardian figures supporting the square plinth of a stepped tower stupa, the sides of the stupa cast with beaded garlands and the inside set with a miniature gilt bronze figure of Buddha. H: 17 3/4 inches

Dung-Chen (long trumpet or horn used in Tibetan and Mongolian buddhist ceremonies) (Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644, China). Brass, copper, cloisonné. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA

Padmasambhava Central Tibet 15th century Bronze with copper inlays and semi - precious stones H.: 20 cm © Mehmet Hassan Asian Art

Tara Verte, XIX siècle, bronze doré, pigments et incrusattions de turqoises, musée nantionale du Bhoutan à Paro.

A Large Gilt Bronze Stupa Tibet, 15th Century The base with a double-lotus frieze with beaded rim, rising to a stepped plinth supporting the dome adorned with beaded garlands and pendent jewels inset with turquoise, the square harmicka crowned with flaming jewels supporting the conical parasols with moon and sun finial, richly gilt overall, the base with original seal and stippled with a double-vajra 15½ in. (39.5 cm.) high