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Portable Shrine with an Image of the Horse-Headed (Batô) Kannon  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: ca. 1620 Culture: Japan Medium: Fruitwood image in lacquered case with gold-sprinkled designs

Portable Shrine with an Image of the Horse-Headed (Batô) Kannon Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: ca. 1620 Culture: Japan Medium: Fruitwood image in lacquered case with gold-sprinkled designs

Japanese Edo Period Lacquered Pine Seated Amida Buddha | From a unique collection of antique and modern sculptures and carvings at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/asian-art-furniture/sculptures-carvings/

Japanese Edo Period Lacquered Pine Seated Amida Buddha | From a unique collection of antique and modern sculptures and carvings at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/asian-art-furniture/sculptures-carvings/

Enkū (円空) (1632–1695) was a JapaneseBuddhist monk and sculptor during the earlyEdo period. Born in Mino Province (present-day Gifu Prefecture), he wandered all overJapan, helping the poor along the way. During his travels, he carved some 120,000 woodenstatues of the Buddha.

Enkū (円空) (1632–1695) was a JapaneseBuddhist monk and sculptor during the earlyEdo period. Born in Mino Province (present-day Gifu Prefecture), he wandered all overJapan, helping the poor along the way. During his travels, he carved some 120,000 woodenstatues of the Buddha.

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Japan, Edo Period, early 18th century (ca. 1720 CE). This is a wooden sculpture of a Buddha seated in the Dhyana mudra, the gesture of meditation, also called the full lotus position. He is covered in black lacquer over a gesso base coat. He has a red jewel embedded beneath his ushnisha (the bump on top of his head that symbolizes a part of his enlightenment) and crystal painted glass eyes. He was made out of several blocks of wood put together. The Buddha figure is seated on a 19th century…

Japan, Edo Period, early 18th century (ca. 1720 CE). This is a wooden sculpture of a Buddha seated in the Dhyana mudra, the gesture of meditation, also called the full lotus position. He is covered in black lacquer over a gesso base coat. He has a red jewel embedded beneath his ushnisha (the bump on top of his head that symbolizes a part of his enlightenment) and crystal painted glass eyes. He was made out of several blocks of wood put together. The Buddha figure is seated on a 19th century…

Antique Large Zushi Wooden Japanese Buddha Buddhist Altar Shrine Edo Period Statues photo

Antique Large Zushi Wooden Japanese Buddha Buddhist Altar Shrine Edo Period Statues photo

Japanese Antique Ivory Buddah on Wooden Base This charming Netsuke figurine was hand-carved of antique ivory and evinces exquisite craftsmanship. This joyful, carved smiling Buddah is mounted a jet-black wooden base, also ornately handmade. Created in Japan, Netsuke (Japanese: 根付) are miniature sculptures that were originally hand-crafted during  the17th-century, during the Edo period.  Initially, these [...], $550

Japanese Antique Ivory Buddah on Wooden Base This charming Netsuke figurine was hand-carved of antique ivory and evinces exquisite craftsmanship. This joyful, carved smiling Buddah is mounted a jet-black wooden base, also ornately handmade. Created in Japan, Netsuke (Japanese: 根付) are miniature sculptures that were originally hand-crafted during the17th-century, during the Edo period. Initially, these [...], $550

Antique Gilded Wood Japanese Buddha Sculpture; Edo Period.

Antique Gilded Wood Japanese Buddha Sculpture; Edo Period.