Japan - Meiji Era : Ivory Netsuke Representing The Kami Of Fortune Daikoku / Daikokuten & Rats flag

Japan - Meiji Era : Ivory Netsuke Representing The Kami Of Fortune Daikoku / Daikokuten & Rats
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Object description :

"Japan - Meiji Era : Ivory Netsuke Representing The Kami Of Fortune Daikoku / Daikokuten & Rats"
Japan - Meiji era.
Delicate ivory netsuke representing Daikoku dragging his bag of riches while many rats come out of and climb on it.

Daikokuten also called Daikoku is one of the Seven Japanese Divinities of Happiness.
He is the kami or god of wealth, trade and commerce.

Signed art.

Dimensions:
Height: 5 cm.
Weight: 48.6 g.
Price : 600 €
Period:19th century
Style:Asian art
Condition : Bon état

Material : Ivoire
Height : 5

Reference : 666676
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