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Pair of Hanging Apsaras or Kuyo Bosatsu

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Pair of Hanging Apsaras or Kuyo Bosatsu
Pair of rare hanging apsaras, also known in Japanese as Kuyo Bosatsu or Hiten. The style of the face, the soft appearance of the hands, and the flowing robes are fine examples of the highest quality in Edo Period Buddhist sculpture. One apsara may have been holding an object to offer the Buddhas, while the other is carrying drumsticks and appears to be hitting the drum the apsara is carrying. The pair may have been part of a set long ago, but even so, it is rare to see this set. Age: Edo Period (circa 1760-1830). Size: (approx.) Height: 8.75" Width: 7.25" Length: 13.5"

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