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Fine Bronze Okimono of a Sennin holding a Stupa. Meiji

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Fine Bronze Okimono of a Sennin holding a Stupa. Meiji
Fine Bronze Okimono of a Sennin holding a Stupa which is a burner (Kogo). A very expressive bronze figure of an Immortal (Sennin) holding a large incense burner in the shape of a Stupa on his left hand. A fish resting on top of his head; he has long hair and a pointy beard and a fierce expression. Good details rendered in gold on the kimono, the lower part and the top of the kogo and the fierce, piercing eyes. The burner is decorated with a dragon among clouds. Exquisite details revealing the high degree of craftsmanship. Unsigned but quite clear Miyao school work. H. (H. 31 cm with old but not original stand). Meiji, 1868-1912. Very good condition with just some wear to gold.

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