17th Century Chinese Faux Ivory Statue Guanyin Figure
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17th Century Chinese Faux Ivory Statue Guanyin Figure:
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This is a rare Chinese Ming Faux Ivory model figure of a standing Guanyin (Kwan-yin)and child.
The goddess with mysterious expression, wearing long robes and holds a child in her hand.
The boy is holding something that looks like flowers(?).
The statue used to becolourful, since one can find traces of One hand of the Guanyin is missing. There are some age cracks.
Date: Late 17th century
Height without base: 20.5 24 cm (9.44 inches)
Condition: Overall it in very good condition. There are some glue remains on the back of the shoulder of his left hand. Apparently in the past the arm was detached.
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