|Antiquities - Indian and Himalayan|
|Origin:||Circa 19th to early 20th century A.D. Tibet|
|Dimensions:||72 cm x 60 cm / average heoghts of carved sections: 5.5 cm, 12.5 cm|
Indian and Himalayan - A Tibetan tantric human bone apron carved with tantric figures and symbols. A Tibetan tantric human bone apron carved with tantric figures and symbols. This type of apron formed part of a set of ornaments called . The set traditionally comprised of five items including apron, two anklets and two wristlets, with an additional sixth component being the ashes from burnt bones taken from a funeral pyre. Ex Buttonshaw Collection, Melbourne.