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OKI 102
OKI 102

Wooden statue of Sugawara no Michizane

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Also known as Kan Shojo, was a scholar, poet and politician of the Heian Period (794-1185). He is regarded as an excellent poet, particularly Chinese poetry. People came to worship the literary genius as the god of academic achievements

Date: Taisho Period (1912-1927)
Size: H10", W8", D4.75"
Location: Asia Gallerie's Great Barrington MASS warehouse

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KMSC 106
KMSC 106

Infant Model

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Used at a medical teaching school.

Size: H11", W6", D5.5"
Location: Kyoto

Price: $90.00

KOKI 121
KOKI 121

Fushimi Ningyo Maneki Neko

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Date: Taisho period (1912-1926)
Size: H8.5", W6.5", D5.5"
Location: Kyoto

Price: $440.00

SA OKI188
SA OKI188

Gold Child Burmese Nat

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Collected in the Shan State, Burma ( Myanmar). One of the 37 Nats of Burma. Teakwood with real hair.

Date: Early 20th century
Size: H17.5", W6.5", D5.5"
Location: Asia Gallerie's Great Barrington MASS warehouse

Price: $450.00

DOL015
DOL015

Japanese Antique Ofuku (Otafuku) Doll

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Ofuku is one of Japanese favorite good luck bringer figure. Displayed frequently in shop windows.
This character is founded in Sarugaku (origin of Noh play) as an ordinary woman. A woman with small nose, large forehead, plumped cheeks were symbol of happiness, wealth, and beauty in ancient days in Japan. Also her name "Fuku" means happiness.
There is a temple in Kyoto warships Ofuku, and she is enshrined as guardian deity of houses and buildings.

This earthenware Ofuku figure is very old. Some of her painting is gone because many people have been rubbing her for good luck. Her topknot is missing.
Circa early 20th century.

Size: H 12.5" (32cm), W 8" (20cm), D 8.5" (22cm)
Location: SAN FRANCISCO
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Price: $450.00

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