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LARGE JAPANESE WOODEN OKIMONO OF A PRIEST CARRYING A HUGE CONCH SHELL

£3,850.00

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this very well carved and humorous Meiji Period 1868-1912 , hardwood and mixed media Okimono, this unique carving depicts a Priest  crouching before a small Conch Shell , his right hand clutching the rim of the Shell, he has an understandable grimace on his face as he is burdened by a massive Conch Shell tethered to his back with a rope , the holy man wears a finely detailed gilded band around his head and tied in a bow, his eyes are picked out in Horn and Ivory, crouched and fixed to his original carved wood base, this humorous but incredibly well detailed Okimono would make a fantastic decorative statement  , and a great addition to your room setting or Japanese works of art collection

Provenance :

Previously supplied by ourselves to an overseas client .

Condition report :

The condition of the carving is excellent .

Approximate sizes:

Height:   13″   33 cm

Width:    11″   28 cm

Depth:    8″    20 cm

Free worldwide delivery and a certificate of authenticity are included in the price of this item .

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Bank transfer is our chosen method of payment and prevents us having to relay any unnecessary bank charges to you. For an invoice please email us.

steve@steveslyjapaneseart.com
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01202 026 254
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