Tibet Bazaar

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Welcome to Tibet Bazaar, our virtual flea market of Tibetan treasures. Here you will find unique items and interesting pieces that we have collected over many years. Now we're giving you the chance to make one, or more, your own!

From a limited edition Tintin in Tibet figurine to a clay teapot, there really is something for everyone. This is your chance to bid on beautiful thangkas, jewellery, books and even a traditional Tibetan sheep puppet.

Funds raised through Tibet Bazaar will help strengthen Tibetan communities in India and Nepal through the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond. Every bid you place will make a difference.

Please do get in touch if you have questions about any of our items through the "Contact administrator" link below.

Postage cost will depend on the item and location of the buyer. We will get in touch after the sale to agree the most cost-effective and secure method of delivery.

We hope you enjoy browsing our auction. Don't delay, as many of these items are one of a kind and can't be found elsewhere!

The auction closes at 9pm on Thursday 16 September.

Happy bidding from all of us at Tibet Relief Fund.
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Lot 1
£ 182
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Sheep puppet in traditional Tibetan dress
Lot 2
£ 51
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Set of four envelopes with Tibet stamp
Lot 3
£ 26
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Portrait of His Holiness 14th Dalai Lama by Clive Arrowsmith
Lot 4
£ 280
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Limited edition Tintin in Tibet figurine: The Yeti carrying Tchang
Lot 5
£ 17
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Tibetan animals baby board book
Lot 6
£ 52
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Skull mala beads
Lot 7
£ 340
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Hand-painted thangka
Lot 8
£ 31
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Old Demons New Deities: Contemporary Stories From Tibet
Lot 9
£ 152
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Hand-carved wooden panel featuring the eight auspicious symbols
Lot 10
£ 60
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Map of Tibet
Lot 11
£ 85
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Green Tara poster
Lot 12
£ 70
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"no. 111" signed mono print by Raj Verdi
Lot 13
£ 16
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Red beaded necklace
Lot 14
£ 36
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Buddhist symbol knowledge cards
Lot 15
£ 38
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Hand made and painted glass beaded necklace
Lot 16
£ 60
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Debating The Sutra
Lot 17
£ 86
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Large travel thangka
Lot 18
£ 151
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The Four Harmonious Friends painting
Lot 19
£ 93
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Four Harmonious Friends copper water bottle and cup
Lot 20
£ 31
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Resin beaded necklace
Lot 21
£ 21
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Stone pendant
Lot 22
£ 22
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Conch shell necklace
Lot 23
£ 25
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Panda soft toy
Lot 24
£ 52
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Tibetan cavalryman
Lot 25
£ 96
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Horse racing festival
Lot 26
£ 61
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Small travel thangka
Lot 27
£ 81
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Large wall hanging featuring the eight auspicious symbols
Lot 28
£ 162
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Eight auspicious symbols metal wall hanging
Lot 29
£ 26
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Notebook
Lot 30
£ 21
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Slingshot
Lot 31
£ 43
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Small eight auspicious symbols wall hanging
Lot 32
£ 92
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Clay teapot
Lot 33
£ 51
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Set of two wooden trays
Lot 34
£ 63
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Zi stone design copper water bottle and cup
Lot 35
£ 41
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Recycled glass bowl
Lot 36
£ 35
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Human Rights in Tibet mug with lid
Lot 37
£ 32
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Panda Russian dolls
Lot 38
£ 61
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Once I Was A Nomad signed book and original illustration
Lot 39
£ 27
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Don't Blame The Yeti - signed by the author
Lot 40
£ 26
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Potala Palace incense cushion
Lot 41
£ 32
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Black & blue rug
Lot 42
£ 34
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Set of two copper bowls
Lot 43
£ 32
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Mandala print
Lot 44
£ 23
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Hand woven belt and bracelet set
Lot 45
£ 33
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Carnelian bead necklace
Lot 46
£ 20
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Glass bracelet
Lot 47
£ 25
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Hand-knitted gloves from Spiti
Lot 48
£ 20
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Hand-knitted gloves from Spiti
Lot 49
£ 61
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Dzambalha pendant
Lot 50
£ 70
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Cashmere shawl
Lot 51
£ 36
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Handpainted cards (set of six)
Lot 52
£ 32
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Signed Cafe Django CD dedicated to Tibet Relief Fund
Lot 53
£ 31
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Heinrich Harrer Museum signed postcard
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