Okimono - Natural solid wood - 弘法大師(Kouboudaishi) - Japan - Late Edo period

Description
Okimono - Natural solid wood - 弘法大師(Kouboudaishi) - Japan - Late Edo period
Good condition, see description - 21×19.8×14.7 cm

This is a very old woodcarving figure sculpture. It uses natural solid wood to carve a monk named "kouboudaishi". He was a famous monk in Japan 1300 years ago. He went to China to study and brought Chinese culture and Buddha culture. He is respected by Japan! This work is well preserved, lifelike, especially the eyes, is an ancient technique! Comes with wooden box! Due to age, some parts are slightly worn!
https://ja.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/空海

We still use international express mail, which is the fastest in the world. It can reach Europe in three to five days. We usually deliver within 24 hours. We have weekend breaks and delayed delivery. In addition, as far as import tariffs are concerned, in general, some countries do not impose tariffs on antique goods, but if there is any tax, it depends on your country. Thank you for your understanding. In addition, due to the buyer's personal reasons (travel) did not receive the return, the postage required by the buyer to re-mail bear!

Lot details
Object
Okimono
Technique
Manual sculpture
Material
Natural solid wood
Period
Late Edo period
Region/ Country of origin
Japan
Attribution
Original
Title of artwork
弘法大師(Kouboudaishi)
Condition
Good condition, see description
Dimensions
21×19.8×14.7 cm
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