"Tibet, Beginning Of The XXth Century, Bronze Statuette Of Vajrabhairava."Tibet, early 20th century, very pretty and unusual statuette of Vajrabhairava (also named Yamantaka, wrathful aspect of Manjushri, great Boddhisattva of wisdom) in bronze with the head of a bull, dressed in an elephant skin and standing with his consort facing him. Very characteristically, he has eight heads, thirty-two arms holding characteristic attributes, and sixteen legs whose feet tread on deities and animals. Beautiful quality bronze whose base is adorned with a leaf embossed in the bronze. Height 19 cm. Width 13.7 cm. We take particular care of our packaging by using optimum protection. The shipment is made with insurance included. Shipping rates: Metropolitan France: 22 euros, countries of the European Union and Switzerland: 38 euros, countries of Eastern Europe and the Maghreb: 55 euros, United States, Australia, Asia and the rest of the world: 125 euros. You can contact us on 0787869393 or 0953253741.