A silvered covered copper statue of the Kalachakra deity made in Tibet.
The Kalchakra is a complex Tibetan tantric practice and this image shows the Kalachakra, or Lord of Time, in congress with his female Kalichakra.
The weapons and human organs they are holding including an axe, a trident, heart and skull cup represent weapons used in the inner battle with oneself.
This a powerful image, the head of the Kalachakra is surmounted with a sun and moon and the consort is leaning back in ecstasy. He has four heads facing in all directions, in the entanglement of limbs her leg emerges through his back.
This Buddha statue of the Kalachakra is 11cm cm tall.