Ivory Okimono. Bishamon, God Of Happiness And War. Japan Meiji Period (1868-1912) flag


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"Ivory Okimono. Bishamon, God Of Happiness And War. Japan Meiji Period (1868-1912)"
Polychrome ivory okimono depicting the god Bishamon, one of the seven gods of happiness; he is also a god of war, holding his (restored) trident to repel or cast out demons and a pagoda in his right hand. Signed in a red lacquer cartridge (Sazan?), Japan ca 1900. Height: 10cm
Price : 270 €
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Period:20th Century
Style:Asian art
Condition : Bon état

Material : Ivoire
Height : 10cm

Reference : 807310
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