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Antique Japanese Netsuke
Daikoku
Cornucopia Mask
Signature: Gyokuzan. Circa: early 1900S'

h. 1.4 in.(4cm), w. 1 in.(2.5cm), d. 1 in.(2.5cm)
Condition: excellent!

Smooth and tactile to the touch, this highly polished netsuke conceived a realistic yet whimsically charming portrait of Daikoku, the patron of farmers, the giver of abundance. With smiling eyes, his tongue sticking out of the opened mouth baring row of teeth like that of a toddler, Daikoku’s face is wide and expressive, his ears are elongated and plump as befits such a deity. Ingenious in design and execution, the carver has captured the wholesome nature of the God of Wealth in this cornucopia shaped netsuke; which well fits to be a thumb-puppet for laugh.


Estimated Value: $400
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