Japan, a wonderful pair of antique carved hardwood images of Daikoko and Ebisu, two of Japan's seven lucky gods, circa Edo period, 1800-1850- enchanting mingei.... These large scale images measure 14" in diameter and were once used as molds and models for clay mask and image production. Lovely dark patina and some natural separations from great age. Superb wall art!
Display them on your favorite wall in that special room- a rare find! Ex private Japanese collection and offered for the first time in several decades. Ebisu and Daikoko are often depicted tog
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Please come visit us in 2015 for these annual exhibitions "Treasures from Asia":
March 11-15, Boston Flower Show, Boston seaport convention center, Boston, MA
June 15-Oct 12, Maine annual Summer Exhibition "Treasures from Asia" 149 Main St, Northeast Harbor, Me 04662 (Mount Desert Island) (just 15 minutes from Bar Harbor)
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ether as good luck emblems for business and prosperity.