Wooden statue of KANNON NYO-IRIN (33 cm) - Japan - early - 1650 - 1750 (mid Edo period)

Description
Wooden statue of KANNON NYO-IRIN (33 cm) - Japan - early - 1650 - 1750 (mid Edo period)
Good condition for it's age

Wooden statue of a sitting Kannon Nyo-irin on a double-lotus.
Copper hair ornaments and in one hand a tiny copper flower. In another hand holding a wish-fulfilling jewel represents vow to save those in the realm of hungry ghosts

One of many esoteric forms of Kannon in Japan and one of Six Kannon who preside over the six realms of karmic rebirth. In statuary, the six-armed version (one for each karmic realm) is the most prevalent

The deity’s name is thus commonly translated as “Bodhisattva of the Jewel and the Wheel.”

Height 33 cm

Period : early - mid Edo period 1650 - 1750

Condition : in good condition for it's age but wear and dirt. loss of wood and paint/laquer . chip of the mandorla - missing arms/rocks/attributes .see all the pictures as well .

Shipping
signed - T&T - insured lost parcel according PostNL conditions )
( Swiss max covered 500 euro)
Seller is not responsible for damage during transport .

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