Late 20th century
Size: Length 61.5cm Width 46cm Thickness: 5cm
The mask depicting an old man and the folding fan are elements used in a performance known as Sambaso and often performed by Kyogen and Noh actors. The mask appears in other plays like Takasago and other related subjects.
The panel is thought to be made by the noted 20th century artist, Kikuchi Keigetsu (1979-1955)...
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Size: Height 5ft. Width 2ft. (Height 152cm Width 31cm (approx.)
Finely crafted Japanese Buddhist altar known as a butsudan. Makie is done on the panels of the altar and the interior appears as if one is in the interior section of the temple altar. electrical components are found on the altar. * Note: The Buddhist image is a sample image of how it will look. Image is not included.
Late Showa (1950-1970)
Size: Diameter 9.75" Height 1.75"
Hakkodo was originally a Buddhist sculpture studio based in Kamakura producing Buddhist statues in the Kei school (manner similar to Unkei and Kaikei) The studio existed in a region where for nearly 700 years generations of sculptors produced life-like images of the Buddha, Bodhisattvas and various deities...
Size: Large tray: Length 24" Width 15" Height 2.75" Smaller Tray: Length 23" Width 14.5" Height 2.75"
Hiro buta were an essential part of most Japanese households up to the beginning of the war in the late 1930s. Often these were made from a set of two trays where one tray contained the accessories necessary for a kimono (i.e. obi, obi accessories, etc.) and the larger tray held the main kimonos...
Age: Showa Period: 1926-1989
Size: Height 1.5" Length 15.5" Width 10.5"
The Kodaiji motif originates from the temple founded by Hideyoshi's wife, Nene in the late 16th century...