OSHIE HINA DOLL, A-UN KOMAINU DOGS
'Hina doll' (Traditional Japanese doll displayed at the Girls' Festival) of 'Oshie' (Almost two-dimensional textile figure made of 'chirimen' (silk crepe), cotton, bamboo, and paper),
as the motif of a pair of 'Komainu' (Guardian Dogs) in the relationship of 'A-un' (Inspiration and Expiration; Beginning and End of all the things in the universe; Alpha and Omega).
Newspaper with the date of Meiji 25 (1892) is used for its lining.
approx. 34cm (13.38in), 32cm (12.59in)
selected by Sezuan antiques & art
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