Ivory carving, finely carved depicting the seven Japanese gods of fortune
Ivory carving, finely carved depicting the seven Japanese gods of fortune
Ivory carving, finely carved depicting the seven Japanese gods of fortune
Ivory carving, finely carved depicting the seven Japanese gods of fortune
Ivory carving, finely carved depicting the seven Japanese gods of fortune

Ivory carving, finely carved depicting the seven Japanese gods of fortune

20th century Japan

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Ivory carving, finely carved depicting the seven Japanese gods of fortune, Shichifukujin calls, related to the popular cult, some of Shinto origin other from China. Often they are taken all together on the Treasure Boat (Ttakarabune), symbol of abundance and good fortune.

Japan
early twentieth century

Size (cm): length 31

Ivory is in excellent condition and, like all our object is sold with a certificate of authenticity.
Dimensions
Width 31.00 cm (12.20 inches)
Medium
Ivory
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