Ratnasambhava Buddha Copper Gold Plated Statue 5.5" H|
This is a partly gold Plated Copper Statue of Ratnasambhava Buddha. The artist who made this statue is a forth generation statue maker and is a master craftsman. The craftsmanship on this statue is top notch and one can see the finest details of work on it. The face of the Buddha is glowing.
Ratnasaṃbhava is associated with the skandha of feeling or sensation and its relationship with consciousness. His activity in promoting Buddhism is enriching and increasing knowledge of Dharma. Ratnasambhava is associated with the jewel symbol, which corresponds with his family, Ratna or jewel. In artwork he is shown in the mudra of giving.
He is associated with the element earth, the heavenly quarter of the south and the season of spring. His cardinal direction is the south. His Buddha field is known as Śrimat.
This statue is perfect for your study table or at your living room.
Size: 5.5" H x 4" B x 2.5" D
Weight : 540 grams approx
Some precautions you should keep in mind when cleaning gold statues.
In the case of gold painted on face, do not touch or not to clean with cold water. Gently wipe the dust with soft cotton.
Do not use scrubbing cloths that are highly abrasive. Similarly, avoid using steel wool or metal bristled brushes as they will leave scratches on the surface of the Statue.
Try avoiding touching gold statues too much. Oil from your hands can hasten the tarnishing process and reduce the life of your gold objects.