The original Kuan Yin ‘Water and Moon’ statue was created in the 11th or 12th century. Here she is sitting in the royal ease posture. Gorgeous, color-enhanced, bronze resin with shades of green and pink.
This is a breathtaking presence of Kuan Yin for your living room, bedroom, or meditation room. ‘Water and Moon’ represents the Pure Land of the Buddha. Kuan Yin is in the light-hearted ‘Royal Ease’ pose with the right knee raised and the leg crossed before the body.
• Cold Cast Bronze Resin
• Height: 15 inches
• Weight: 5 lbs.
Kuan Yin is the compassionate Saviouress of the East. Throughout the Orient altars dedicated to this Mother of Mercy can be found in temples, homes and wayside grottoes and prayers to her presence and her flame are incessantly on the lips of devotees as they seek her guidance and succor in every area of life.
This looks like a copy of the amazing Kuan Yin statue in Kansas City at the Nelson Atkins Museum. Whenever "I'm goin' to Kansas City," I make sure to leave time to go see Kuan Yin one more time.
The presence of the Goddess of Mercy in this one is noticeable.