ITEMS UP FOR AUCTION:

VALUE:  Rigden Thankga – $1,500 (Rigden Thankga without frame currently $825.00)

Opening bid:  $100 — with minimum $25.00 increases

Beautiful Rigden Thankga – framing done to archival standards with UV protective museum quality glass.  35″ by 41 1/2 ” — ideal for a Shambhala center or group. Or splurge and make this the center piece in your home.  Shipping costs will be extra.

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Pencil Drawing by Herb Ferris circa 1972 – Herb is a long time student of the Vidyadhara, Chogyam Trungpa with sculpture at Karme Choling, Chase Bank in NY, Children’s Museum in Seminole Oklahoma to site just a few of his public collections.  His sculpture can be found in private homes and buildinss throughout the United States

Opening Bid:  $75.00

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Rare - perfect condition

For Your Next Enlightened Dinner Party

Estimated value:  $350.00

Pattern:  “Oriental Chrysanthemum” by George Briard

No longer available, except on “replacement” websites this perfect set of 8 dinner plates, 8 desert or salad plates and 8 cups and saucers by the award winning designer, Georges Briard, in the 50s, 60s and 70s whose dishware was sold at such upscale stores as Neiman Marcus can be yours.

Opening bid:  $50.00

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Beautiful Thangka of the Buddha from Nepal.  This beautiful thangka was brought back from Nepal about 15 years ago to our former Center Director.  The frame is perfect, the cover is perfect (although I’m not able to drape it properly).  There are slight “scratches” on the face, chest, arm and hand.  These are not visible from about 3′ away.

Opening bid:  $50.00

Close up of the Buddha Thangka

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