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Premium Gilt-wood Edo Period Japanese Buddhist Altar Table
The table has some wear due usage and age but displays great gilt patination and fading of colors. To compliment your Japonisme taste needs or collection of Buddhist Art.
Measurements: Height x Width x Depth = 26 x 44 x 24 cm.
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A Polychrome lacquered Wooden Statue in Zushi of Buddhist God - Bishamonten, also known as Tamonten, one of the Shiten-no or the Deva Kings who protect the great Buddha.
Name literally means "Renowned, The Well Known One." Same as Bishamonten of Japan's Seven Lucky Deities. He who is all knowing, He who hears everything in the kingdom; he who is always listening; completely versed in Buddha's teachings...
Made by Yosegi Zukuri Technique, this Bunkyu Period-dated and signed(1861) Edo Sei Kannon is a great and rare Buddhist Statue resemblant of the Bakumatsu period prior to modern Meiji Japan. Read in "Oofutsu...Bunkyu Gannen Aki" which probably means the creation date of the piece which is translated into year 1861.
Yosegi Zukuri. Joined-Block Technique, Assembled-Wood Method. Also read Yoseki Zukuri. Statues are made from several pieces of timber and then joined together...
Male. The god of war and warriors, and a dispenser of wealth and good fortune. Bishamonten is also considered a god of healing, with the power to save emperors from life-threatening illness and to expel the demons of plague.
This Edo Polychrome Wooden Bishamonten Statue is stunning in its size at 49 cm high...
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Measurements: Height x Width = 16.2 x 18 cm
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An early Edo (1600s) mystical gilt-wood image of Benten enshrined in a Lacquered Zushi. Advanced Patination due to age, some arms are missing but generally a very good preserved figure as it is.
A river goddess in Indian mythology. Her Sanskrit name "Sarasvat¨©" means "flowing water" and thus she represents everything that flows (e.g., music, words, speech, eloquence). Later adopted into the Buddhist and then Shinto pantheons of Japan. One of Japan's Seven Lucky Gods...
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A Meiji Period Votive Image of Buddhist Scholar Patron Saint - Tenjin.
Deceased individuals are sometimes deified and thereafter worshipped as Tenjin (lit. "heavenly spirit" or "heavenly god"). Shrines devoted to Michizane Sugawara (845 - 903 AD) and to Emperor Meiji (1852 - 1912 AD) are the two most prominent examples of Tenjin shrines...