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Fine Bronze Okimono of a Sennin holding a Stupa. Meiji

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Okimono: Pre 1900: item # 1191541

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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. 28.cm (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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