The Bergmann foundry was closed in 1930 due to the Great Depression. It was reopened some years later by Robert Bergmann, son of Franz, and operated until his death in 1954 when the remaining stock and molds were sold to Karl Fuhrmann & Co.
This model probably dates to the later period. The Buddha is decorated inside with designs. The early versions were hinged to reveal the bodisatva. This version it lifts off.
It is stamped with the Bergmann foundry mark and namgreb to rear.
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