The seated Buddha sculpture that you see on this page is one-of-a-kind. Made from brass, it has the unusual finish of weatherbeaten stone. An aesthetic statement, and testimony to the years of wandering and self-searching the erstwhile Shakyamuni devoted to Himself. It shows in the ruggedness of His form and the wisdom on His face, that face with half-shut eyes and a serene mouth. Flanked by earlobes lengthened by years of accumulation of absolute as opposed to material wisdom, a quintessential part of the iconography of any Indian deity.
A Buddha sculpture such as this one would be a valuable addition to your space. From the stateliness of His form to the radiance of His being, it is the very picture of seedlessness and samadhi.
This brass sculpture depicts the Lord Buddha in a form atypical of the Lord, replete with stateliness of posture, a calm composure of countenance, and radiating bliss and harmony. The partially lustrous finish of this lotus-propped statue sets a sombre, pensive mood characteristic of the Lord Himself.