This beautifully styled and molded 9 ¾" tall figurine of a serene Kuan Yin standing on a wave has very nice line quality in the hair and drapes of cloth. The thick white glaze has a bluish cash and good glaze control. The inside of the figure is glazed as well. The figure was produced during the 20th century, although we believe it has some age.
Condition: Some finger ends are missing along with the neck of the bottle and scepter that are held in her hands. One of the hair extensions and the front of the hair bun is also missing. There is also a hairline crack at the back leading from the base; however the crack doesn't go all the way through. Despite these losses, the figure is still very beautifully executed.
It is a beautiful elegant statue of Kuan (Quan) Yin that epitomizes serenity, with her face exuding calm and peace.