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Exceptionally rare sosaku-ningyo of a boy soldier tying his helmet entitled “”Kachidoki” (Time to Win) by Hirata Gyokuyo (1911-1944), rendered in the Hirata family tradition of stylized realism. Boy has a yellow cravat, signed “Gyokuyo saku”, exhibited 3rd annual Nihon Ningyo-sha held in February, 1940. Gyokuyo was a younger brother of Hirata Goyo (1903-1981), he died on Mindanao during the war in 1944. Ex Collectis: Bledsoe Collection Figure: 11" High

Exceptionally rare sosaku-ningyo of a boy soldier tying his helmet entitled “”Kachidoki” (Time to Win) by Hirata Gyokuyo (1911-1944), rendered in the Hirata family tradition of stylized realism. Boy has a yellow cravat, signed “Gyokuyo saku”, exhibited 3rd annual Nihon Ningyo-sha held in February, 1940. Gyokuyo was a younger brother of Hirata Goyo (1903-1981), he died on Mindanao during the war in 1944. Ex Collectis: Bledsoe Collection Figure: 11" High

Exceptionally rare sosaku-ningyo of a boy soldier tying his helmet entitled “”Kachidoki” (Time to Win) by Hirata Gyokuyo (1911-1944), rendered in the Hirata family tradition of stylized realism. Boy has a yellow cravat, signed “Gyokuyo saku”, exhibited 3rd annual Nihon Ningyo-sha held in February, 1940. Gyokuyo was a younger brother of Hirata Goyo (1903-1981), he died on Mindanao during the war in 1944. Ex Collectis: Bledsoe Collection Figure: 11" High

Exceptionally rare sosaku-ningyo of a boy soldier tying his helmet entitled “”Kachidoki” (Time to Win) by Hirata Gyokuyo (1911-1944), rendered in the Hirata family tradition of stylized realism. Boy has a yellow cravat, signed “Gyokuyo saku”, exhibited 3rd annual Nihon Ningyo-sha held in February, 1940. Gyokuyo was a younger brother of Hirata Goyo (1903-1981), he died on Mindanao during the war in 1944. Ex Collectis: Bledsoe Collection Figure: 11" High

Antique Japanese Child's Doll with Stand // Antique Japanese Yamato or Ichimatsu-ningyo dolls. Typically depicting a girl or boy about six years of age dressed in traditional kimono. Ichimatsu - ningyo have been treasured for years as playthings and objects of beauty. This wonderful and excellent example of Ichimatsu-ningyo is vert charming with great attention to detail. Fitted naturally dyed kimono is traditionally worn and the doll stands upon a hardwood stand. Taisho Age, circa 1920…

Antique Japanese Child's Doll with Stand // Antique Japanese Yamato or Ichimatsu-ningyo dolls. Typically depicting a girl or boy about six years of age dressed in traditional kimono. Ichimatsu - ningyo have been treasured for years as playthings and objects of beauty. This wonderful and excellent example of Ichimatsu-ningyo is vert charming with great attention to detail. Fitted naturally dyed kimono is traditionally worn and the doll stands upon a hardwood stand. Taisho Age, circa 1920…

Exceptionally rare sosaku-ningyo of a boy soldier tying his helmet entitled “”Kachidoki” (Time to Win) by Hirata Gyokuyo (1911-1944), rendered in the Hirata family tradition of stylized realism. Boy has a yellow cravat, signed “Gyokuyo saku”, exhibited 3rd annual Nihon Ningyo-sha held in February, 1940. Gyokuyo was a younger brother of Hirata Goyo (1903-1981), he died on Mindanao during the war in 1944. Ex Collectis: Bledsoe Collection Figure: 11" High

Exceptionally rare sosaku-ningyo of a boy soldier tying his helmet entitled “”Kachidoki” (Time to Win) by Hirata Gyokuyo (1911-1944), rendered in the Hirata family tradition of stylized realism. Boy has a yellow cravat, signed “Gyokuyo saku”, exhibited 3rd annual Nihon Ningyo-sha held in February, 1940. Gyokuyo was a younger brother of Hirata Goyo (1903-1981), he died on Mindanao during the war in 1944. Ex Collectis: Bledsoe Collection Figure: 11" High

Month of May...   Here we are celebrating kodomo Matsuri (Feast for the Kids)   This is what we call a Go Gatsu Ningyo (May Doll), given to the 1st born baby boy as a present and displayed every year on the month of May.   Busy, Busy, Busy...

Month of May... Here we are celebrating kodomo Matsuri (Feast for the Kids) This is what we call a Go Gatsu Ningyo (May Doll), given to the 1st born baby boy as a present and displayed every year on the month of May. Busy, Busy, Busy...

Exceptionally rare sosaku-ningyo of a boy soldier tying his helmet entitled “”Kachidoki” (Time to Win) by Hirata Gyokuyo (1911-1944), rendered in the Hirata family tradition of stylized realism. Boy has a yellow cravat, signed “Gyokuyo saku”, exhibited 3rd annual Nihon Ningyo-sha held in February, 1940. Gyokuyo was a younger brother of Hirata Goyo (1903-1981), he died on Mindanao during the war in 1944. Ex Collectis: Bledsoe Collection Figure: 11" High

Exceptionally rare sosaku-ningyo of a boy soldier tying his helmet entitled “”Kachidoki” (Time to Win) by Hirata Gyokuyo (1911-1944), rendered in the Hirata family tradition of stylized realism. Boy has a yellow cravat, signed “Gyokuyo saku”, exhibited 3rd annual Nihon Ningyo-sha held in February, 1940. Gyokuyo was a younger brother of Hirata Goyo (1903-1981), he died on Mindanao during the war in 1944. Ex Collectis: Bledsoe Collection Figure: 11" High

This is very fine Japanese anqitue large horse doll in original wood box.  "Sekku-Ningyo" or horse doll for "Tango-no-Sekku"  Tango-no-Sekku is baby boy's sarabration on May 1th. Japanese old tradition that display "Ningyo" such as Samurai, Tiger, horse or etc. on that day. Baby girl's sarabration day is March 3rd. On that day, we display Hino-doll.

This is very fine Japanese anqitue large horse doll in original wood box. "Sekku-Ningyo" or horse doll for "Tango-no-Sekku" Tango-no-Sekku is baby boy's sarabration on May 1th. Japanese old tradition that display "Ningyo" such as Samurai, Tiger, horse or etc. on that day. Baby girl's sarabration day is March 3rd. On that day, we display Hino-doll.

This is very fine Japanese anqitue large horse doll in original wood box.  "Sekku-Ningyo" or horse doll for "Tango-no-Sekku"  Tango-no-Sekku is baby boy's sarabration on May 1th. Japanese old tradition that display "Ningyo" such as Samurai, Tiger, horse or etc. on that day. Baby girl's sarabration day is March 3rd. On that day, we display Hino-doll.

This is very fine Japanese anqitue large horse doll in original wood box. "Sekku-Ningyo" or horse doll for "Tango-no-Sekku" Tango-no-Sekku is baby boy's sarabration on May 1th. Japanese old tradition that display "Ningyo" such as Samurai, Tiger, horse or etc. on that day. Baby girl's sarabration day is March 3rd. On that day, we display Hino-doll.

This is very fine Japanese anqitue large horse doll in original wood box.  "Sekku-Ningyo" or horse doll for "Tango-no-Sekku"  Tango-no-Sekku is baby boy's sarabration on May 1th. Japanese old tradition that display "Ningyo" such as Samurai, Tiger, horse or etc. on that day. Baby girl's sarabration day is March 3rd. On that day, we display Hino-doll.

This is very fine Japanese anqitue large horse doll in original wood box. "Sekku-Ningyo" or horse doll for "Tango-no-Sekku" Tango-no-Sekku is baby boy's sarabration on May 1th. Japanese old tradition that display "Ningyo" such as Samurai, Tiger, horse or etc. on that day. Baby girl's sarabration day is March 3rd. On that day, we display Hino-doll.

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