This standing character is a sen-nin.
The mugwort cloak and belt are rendered in a stylized way.
The sen-nin is standing, head bent to the left, carrying a small bag on his right shoulder and a fly whisk in his left hand.
The fly whisk is a traditional attribute of Shô-ri-ken, represented as the Chinese immortal Chong-li K’wan, who is said too have used a feather fan or a fly whisk to revive the souls of the dead.
The piece is very nicely executed, with great attention given to the face and hair dress of the sen-nin;
very good condition few signs of age wear (some checks)
Pre-convention ivory specimen.
Complies with CE Regulation 338-97 Art.2.w.mc of 09 December 1996.
Specimen prior to June 1, 1947. Submitted according to the decree of May 4, 2017 to a prior declaration provided for in Article L. 412-1 code environment.
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- N.º total de artículos
- Marfil de elefante
- Periodo Edo (1600-1868)
- Región / País de origen
- Título de la obra de arte
- Sen-nin possibly Shô-ri-ken
- Buen estado, ver descripción
- 7×2.4×1.6 cm