A Japanese Keman with Dedication, 19th century. A keman is a Budhist ritual decoration representing a tied bunch of flowers to be placed on a beam in the inner sanctuary before the enshrined Buddha.
Constructed from copper, pierced and engraved with lotus flowers emerging from waves, the space between the tassels with an inscription of dedication.
Approximately 27 cm wide. Good condition..
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