SUNDAY DECEMBER 23, 2018
12 Noon to 4 P.M.
HOLIDAY SALE at
TIBETAN BUDDHIST, ZEN AND OTHER UNIQUE GIFTS AND COLLECTIBLES FROM NEPAL, TIBET, JAPAN AND BHUTAN
A host of one-of-a-kind gifts for you and those on your holiday list. Add a unique dimension to your holiday giving!
Wood Block Prints:
A set of ten framed wood cut prints by the renowned Japanese artist Tomikichiro Tokuriki of the Ten Oxherding Pictures by Kakuan. An explanation of the prints by Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki is included. The oxherding pictures illustrate the stages of Zen discipline (the stages of “herding” the mind), and are beloved in Japan and around the world.
A set of eight beautifully hand-carved Tibetan Buddhist auspicious symbols.
A variety of Buddhist statues and deity tsa-tsas.
Traditional 3 mandala carpet with key design border, 3’ x 6’
Traditional 3 mandala carpet with key design border, 2’ x 6’
Unique Tibetan design carpet, 3’ x 6’
Contemporary open field carpet with border design, 2.3’x 4.5’
Tibetan carpet squares for your car!
A set of four Tibetan Buddhist mandala carpet squares to “enliven” your car!
Shawls and zens:
Burgundy raw silk zen
Navy Pashmina shawl
Gold Cashmere meditation shawl
Framed National Geographic Photo of the Potala Palace by the late renowned photographer Galen Rowell.
Impressionistic photo of prayer flags over the Boudanath Stupa, by the impressionistic photographer Sandy Shum
Unique folk art from the south of Nepal
Shrine and Shrine Room Items:
Brocade for shrine, throne or tables
Tibetan wall hangings
Tibetan door cover
Brass offering bowls
Tibetan Buddhist Practice Items:
Brocade text covers
Incense and Incense Holders:
Medicinal and Stress Incense from Men-Tsee-Khang – the Tibetan Medical Center in Dharamsala, India
Sur Offering Incense
Bhutanese, Nepali and Tibetan incense
Other Unique Items:
Bhutanese hand-woven cloth, hand-woven wool, and hand carved bowls
Tibetan singing bowl
Carved peacock - a symbol of the true nature of our minds
Inflatable zafus with fold-out mats
Small Buddha statues and tsa-tsas
The Children’s Corner:
Small hand-made and hand-painted boxes
Small draw-string bags
We hope to see you at Tsunami Books on Sunday December 23rd
from Noon to 4 P.M.