KOKESHI OF COINCIDENCE
Lacquer worker's handmade tool for lacquering bowls, made of wooden stick and a ball (solid rubber ball for the Japanese baseball) arranged to use as coincidental tact.
Like a traditional Japanese Kokeshi doll, as a coincidental art piece by unintentional worker's bricolage. Showa period, circa 1950s. Free shipping to each countries.
approx. 30 x 4 x 4 cm (11.81 x 1.57 x 1.57in)
selected by Jinta Hasegawa
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