Silver Colored Brass Statue
Nicely polished up in a shiny SILVER color
First Quality Brass Metal Statuette
Weight: 3 oz.
Size: 2.5" x 1 5/8" wide
(8.25cm x 1.58cm)
This silver colored brass mini is super detailed and top quality 100% metal.
We're proud to sell this work of art made by out artisans in India.
Goddess White Tara Statuary 10.5 inches high x 8.5 wide
Handpainted cold cast bronze with colorful detail,
this large statue show White Tara in a meditative mood. She invites all those
who seek her, with delicately painted eyes on hands and feet. A large and lovely
work of art.
Tara Statuary 12.25 inches high 31.11cm Hand finished cold cast bronze with intricate
detail, this statue show Tara in a meditative mood, holding the lotus of
compassion. She invites all those who seek her,
with delicately painted eyes on hands and feet.
A lovely work of art.
Tara Statue Seated
6.5 inches high x 4.5 inches wide x 3 inches
Handpainted cold cast bronze with colorful detail, this statue show White Tara
framed by a fully open lotus flower signifying a high level of spiritual
attainment. She invites all those who seek her, with delicately painted eyes on
hands and feet. A smaller work of art and very affordable, this one is
definitely worth the price.
White Tara Statue 6 inches high x 5 inches wide Small and very nicely detailed with tiny eyes on
her hands and feet, this White Tara would really dress up a small altar or
indoor garden area. Perfect for desktop as well. Hand painted cold cast bronze
with colorful detail. A lovely piece of art.
and Silver Finish
Goddess Tara Statue
Material: All metal BRASS #NA-445
Gold and silver Color all metal painted brass statue
9 inches high (22.86 cm)
Base 3 inches wide (7.62cm)
2.5 inches deep (6.35 cm)
Hand pounded full metal Green Tara statue is gold and silver color and
beautifully hand pounded. Heavier at about 2 pounds, this statue is a high
quality and lovely piece of artwork you'll be proud to own.
Bronze Tara Statue
12 inches high
Detailed full metal sculpture showing the Goddess Tara with hand
bent toward the earth mother, and one in blessing of all supplicants who seek
her hour. Standing on a lotus flower, this crowned Tara reminds us of all things
terrestrial and heavenly at the same time. The
majority of the metal in this statue is brass, but it also contains some other
metals: most likely bronze and iron, and looks like a shiny bronze piece.
This wonderfully detailed depiction of Tara looks like bronze. Elegantly crafted
of lead free pewter, this pendant is a vision of fine craftsmanship. I'ts
2 inches tall and 1.25 inches wide. Well worth the price.
Tara Rubber Stamp
2 inches x 1.75 inches (5 x 4 cm) 0.00
Tara is the Mother Goddess who answers human supplication.
Tibetan Buddhism numbers 21 Taras, often featuring seven all-seeing eyes of
compassion (three in the forehead, one in each palm and foot sole). White Tara,
the mild form of the goddess, promises health, long life and prosperity. Green
Tara promotes growth, solves practical problems and protects our everyday world.
Tara's name means One Who Saves. She epitomizes the influence of the older
mother-goddess cults upon the Buddhist Mahayana religion. Her concept evolved in
India and later she became the most important goddess in the Mahayana pantheon,
holding a very prominent position in Tibet and Nepal.
Born from a tear of the Boddhisatva of Compassion, Avalokitesvara, She was
conceived primarily as a savioress and is, therefore, the female counterpart of
Avalokitesvara. She is also generally regarded as his consort and is frequently
portrayed with him.
Tara is believed to protect the human beings while they are crossing the ocean
of existence. Her compassion for living beings, her desire to save them from
suffering, is said to be stronger than a mother's love for her children.
Among the forms of Tara: when she is red, yellow and blue, she is in menacing
mood; white or green she is gentle and loving.
White Tara has seven eyes. An eye of knowledge on the forehead and eyes incised
on her palms and soles. She can be portrayed seated with her feet in the posture
of meditation, standing or in a half dancing pose. Devotees invoke her for
deliverance from the Eight Great Perils shipwreck, fire, mad elephants,
brigands, pouncing lions, serpents, prison and demons.