Antique Asian Iron statue, Kuan Yin (Quan Yin), the Chinese Goddess of mercy, seated atop a dragon, her face with a serene expression, small bow-shaped mouth, the eyes downcast, finely arched eyebrows, elongated earlobes, the hair in an elaborate motif with a diadem. Painted red, green, rust patina with traces of gold gilding.
21" x 14"
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