Buddhist Decorations at Kedleston Hall

This is the second article in a series where we share some of the Buddhist artefacts held at Kedleston Hall in the UK. Kedleston Hall is open to the public and is maintained by the National Trust. A range of Buddhist artifacts were collected by the Curzon family and are held at Kedleston Hall.

The images below include decorations, such as paintings, carvings, and outer moldings. #1. Was labelled as being from Japan but is clearly of Tibetan origin, with the use of snow lions. The carving and outer moldings are just beautiful, and these pictures fail to do them justice.

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Love, @happyops

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