Figure. Made of gilded bronze. Sitting in vajrasana on double lotus base. Right hand in bhumisparsamudra, left in dhyanamudra. Diamond set in vajra, turquoise in forehead.
- Found/Acquired: Nepal
- (Asia,South Asia,Nepal)
- Height: 15 centimetres
21 January 1993
Reason for treatment
Clean to improve appearance. .
Surface dirty and dull.
Front surface cleaned with swabs of 15% formic acid, followed by swabs of 5% Diethylenetriaminepenta acetic acid pentasodium salt, TritonX100, in distilled water. Rinsed with swabs of distilled water. Left to air dry. The reverse was cleaned with swabs of distilled water and Synperonic N (non ionic detergent,nonylphenol ethylene oxide condensate) Left to air dry.
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Object reference number: RRI11785
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