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All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Devotional Objects : Pre 1980 item #800704 (stock #B-022)
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$465.00

Kongouyasha Myouou/Myo-o with Red Lacquered Zushi Shrine - one of the Five Great Kings GODAI MYO

Positioned in North. Three angry faces; six arms (or one head and four arms); destroyer of foolish human desires; symbolizes strength...

All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Devotional Objects : Pre 1980 item #798788 (stock #Altar-001)
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Sold at $6500 with cargo shipping
A superb and elaborately designed Butsudan Altar set. Painted and made with Urushi Lacquering technique and layered with KINPAKU or Gold Leaf inside the go-honzon. Truly a exemplary work of art by distinguished Japanese craftsmen...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Devotional Objects : Pre 1980 item #798743 (stock #B-023)
Japonisme Arts and Antiques
Sold out at $160. Thank you very much!

An gilted-wooden statue of Amitabha Buddha for Butsudan altars, circa 1970s .

Amida is one of the loftiest savior figures in Japanese Buddhism, and Amida faith is concerned primarily with the life to come, the life in the beyond. Amida is also one of the Five Tathagata of Wisdom. The world-famous Big Buddha (Daibutsu) statue in Kamakura, around 15 meters in height, is Amida...

All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Devotional Objects : Pre 1980 item #793364 (stock #KR-002)
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Rare Buddhist Koro Incense Burner with a Mouse (Nezumi) playing on top of an "Uchide-no-kozuchi" Mallet symbolizing blessings of luck, fortune and prosperity in business. The feet of this bronze item koro represented as a sack of fortune (Held by Daikoku-sama in usual cases) is highlighted with little children carrying it to symbolize happiness and endless flow of positive energy...