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Durga, Tibetan or Burmese black bronze 6.75 inches, 18th -19th century

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Durga, with a sword in one hand and a bowl of blood in the other, whereas her usual manifestation is with eight or ten hands.  A very rare depiction of subdued form of Durga judging by her most symbolic objects in her hands, Tibetan or Burmese bronze,  6.75” , 18th -19th century
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