Ivory Hand of a Buddha holding the Monkey King
Legend has it that taunting the Buddha in Tibet, the Monkey King said that he could do anything he wanted and the Buddha was powerless to stop him. Tricking the Monkey King into the palm of his hand where he remains today, the Buddha showed him the error of his ways. Sold with a teak display stand, and signed by the artist this sculpture measures approx. 1.5" tall.