TEN SACRED TREASURES (Dealer: Sezuan antiques & art) – Japanese paper hanging scroll with hand-drawn ‘Tokusa-no-kandakara’ (The ten sacred treasures, such as two types of mirrors, one sword, four types of precious stones, and three types of shawls) appeared in ‘Sendai Kujihongi’ (Ancient Japanese History (completed in 9th century)) as a “Shinto scripture” (General term for the literature which provide the basis for religious belief in Japanese Shinto), with the signature of ‘Hakuryushin’ (lit. White dragon god) probably as a ‘Shugen-do’ mountaineering ascetic or the practitioner (such as itinerant Buddhist monk). Edo-Meiji period, 19th century. Lack of roller ends, cut of paper hanging string, stain, and some damage due to age as is.
approx. 140 x 56.5cm (55.11 x 22.24in)
Item price: $480
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