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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Folk Art : Pre 1920 item #1264611 (stock #AG916)
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$120.00
Made from bronze in small donut-shape, with aged rustic appearance, make beautiful and nostalgic bell sound, tied with original indigo dyed cotton ropes, can be used as 'mitate-futaoki' for Japanese tea ceremony, a set of three. One 3 1/4" diameter and two 2.5" diameter, Ca. Meiji Late 1800s to Early 1900s
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Folk Art : Pre 1900 item #1262870 (stock #AG903)
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$160.00
Daikoku god figures, along with Ebisu god figure, popularly displayed at ordinary households for good fortunes, evidenced heavy patina on this special figure, covered with years of wood burning smokes, more vigorous expression than many contemporary daikoku figures, which also a proof of its age, a small yet shows a profound beauty, Ca. 1800s. As is condition. 2.5"wide (at the bottom) 1 3/4"deep 4 3/4" tall.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Folk Art : Pre 1920 item #1259506 (stock #AG904)
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$120.00
Daikoku, one of shichifuku-jin (seven lucky gods), a god of fortune and abundance, possessing an eternal smile on his face, holding a large bag of treasures, curved meticulously for smooth surface, darkened by years of burning wood in old kitchen in which Daikoku as well as Ebisu are commonly displayed and worshiped, the right hand is missing and some insect damages created over the years (the figure has been fumigated). Ca. late Edo to Early Meiji era (1800s), 2.5"W 3 1/4"d 4.5"h
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Folk Art : Pre 1900 item #1227809 (stock #AG806)
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$75.00
This lovely Daikoku-sama, a guardian god of farmers and wealth, shows an eternal smile on his face. He holds a magical mallet for bringing fortunes and carries a bagful of treasures over his shoulder, while standing over the two large straw rice bags. The color pigments on the doll are still mostly remained despite of its age. Enclosed bottom and a bead inside to create a rustic sound. Ca. late 1800s to early 1900s. 3"w 2" d 4.5"h
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Folk Art : Pre 1920 item #1219091 (stock #AG813)
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$90.00
This Japanese clay doll, tuchi-ningyo, possesses a joyful energy, putting a smile on your face. The facial expression, while some pigments are missed due to the age, is literally a "lucky one" and as Daikoku god typically characters he holds a magical mallet, wearing a flat black hat, and standing on the two bales of rice. Daikoku is often regarded as a god of kitchen, wealth, and prosperity...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Folk Art : Pre 1920 item #1122963 (stock #AG500)
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$60.00
A lovely old lunch box set. The style of the boxes are called 'mage-wappa' which involves with skillful bending wood techniques. Stylistically these remind of American Shaker's boxes. This set comes with a large box, which originally was filled with rice and pickles, and a charming small box, which was used to hold some cooked vegetable/seafood dishes. The both boxes show a well used appearance which has added a warm sense and they still hold a great charm of what they are...