Tibetan Calligraphic Panel

Fragment of Buddhist mantra from the Yuan dynasty or early Ming dynasty.

The calligraphy is executed in a paper based brocading technique called kinran. This technique was invented in China but later on used mainly in Japan.

Circa: 14th century

Origin: Tibet

Material: silk and gold paper

Condition: Fragmentary, good but delicate antique condition

Dimensions: 12" X 7"

Inventory number: TX4838

$1,800

SOLD

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