TWO YAKIBOTOKES (Dealer: titcoRet) – ‘Yakibotoke’ (lit.‘Burnt Buddha’) as burnt wood carving Buddhist statues for war or conflagration which is valued as one form (object) of belief in Japan. Late Edo – Meiji period, 19th century. Sooty condition. Slight wood powder from one statue. Attached with stand and stone, because those are not standable by themselves.
Height: approx. less than 19cm (7.48in)
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