Buddhist statues are one of the important manifestations of Buddhist culture and play an important role in the spread and development of Buddhism. The Buddha image of our country was introduced into the Eastern Han Dynasty, but the use of Buddha statues for temples and family worship began in the "16-nation period." In ancient Chinese traditional art, Buddhist statues are a very important piece. They are extremely important material materials for studying the history of Chinese Buddhism and the history of Buddhist art. It has important research, appreciation and collection value as ancient works of art.
There is a gold-plated craft in the Buddha statue, which is mostly used for bronze statues. It is commonly known as the "golden bronze statue". This kind of Buddha image is for the court, temple, and use; its appearance began in the Han Dynasty, prevailed in the Sui and Tang Dynasties, and continued to the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Commonly, there are Sakyamuni, Guanyin, Manjusri, Puxian, Heavenly King, and Motherhood. Sheet metal is a traditional metal decoration process that has been produced since the pre-Qin period. It is a traditional practice and is still popular in the public. It is also known as fire gold plating or mercury gold plating. It was quite popular after the Eastern Zhou Dynasty and the Han Dynasty. It was one of the most commendable bronze surface decoration techniques at that time. It was called gold coating, golden coating, gold coating, gold coating and gold plating.
In this article, this statue of Buddha is bronze, with a body of gold, 20 centimeters high and weighs about 1116.8g. It is the image of King Kong Satay, wearing a five-leaf corolla, and a high-pitched dome. Eyebrows are fine, the eyelids are slightly open, and the bottom is seen; the big ear is hung, and the shoulder is lowered to the shoulder; the short neck is wide shoulder, the meat section is patterned, the breast is waisted, the arm is long hand show, and the soft and soft phase is combined; Hey, the lower body is a long skirt; the arms, ankles, ankles, corollas, and deafs are gorgeous and fine; the expression is dignified and beautiful. The legs sit on the upper half of the rosette. The whole work is dignified and elegant, and the weights and balances show the infinite power of Dharma. It gives people a sense of dignity and stability, and the craftsmanship of casting and sheet metal is exquisite. It is called the finest in Buddha statues.
King Kong Samura is a very important and special deity in Tibetan Buddhism. He contains the tragic wisdom of all the Buddhas. It is the total collection of the Five Buddhas and the Immaculate Buddhas, including the Lords of 100 deities such as silence and anger. Therefore, Vajrasattva is the essence of all Buddhas. He represents all wisdom and the origin of all Vajrayana teachings. The meditation of King Kong Samuel, in addition to being able to quickly remove karma, is equivalent to meditation of all the buddhas, and the cultivation of King Kong Samui, which has achieved a hundred merits. Although this piece of gold is detached from the text, the preservation is quite perfect. The copper is delicate and the patina is round. It is a rare Ming Dynasty style Buddha statue, which is of great artistic value and worthy of collection and worship.