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Interior Ornaments/Okimono: (Page 1)
SK232
SK232

Shojo,(Japanese Sake God/ Alcoholic sea spirit or drunkard ghost).
Stands close to three foot tall and is hand carved lacquered wood. He is usually a benevolent spirit depending on the folklore story.
This Shojo came from a now defunct 19th C. Osaka sake brewery.

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SK253
SK253

Metal rabbits by Hiroshi.

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SK254
SK254

Bronze antique temple Akabeko,(Red cow).
Symbolizes zealous devotion to the Buddha.
Worshippers rub the head and back for protection and health when visiting the temple.
This 100 pound bronze has a repaired hind. leg but
maintains its stunning beauty.

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SK255
SK255

Large bronze antique Japanese Taka,(Falcon/hawk).
The metal work is spectacular.
The hawk symbolizes strength, power and the ability to fly high and freely in the sky.
Also the symbol of the samurai.

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SK275
SK275

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