LARGE SEA BREAM KASHIGATA
Large-type 'kashigata' wooden mold with detailed carving for making a traditional Japanese confectionery called 'Rakugan' (Rice-flour cake). Early Showa period, early 20th century, Japan.
Traditionally sea bream stands for the bringer of good luck in Japan and it's an indispensable item for the Japanese celebrations. approx. 40 x 22cm (15.74 x 8.66in), H 5.5cm (2.16in)
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