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Japanese Carved Box Wood Statue
Kannon Bosatsu
Phoenix and Golden Boy
Signed: Eimasa. Circa: Showa, mid 1900s'
H 6.25 in.(16cm), W 2.5 in.(6.5cm), D 1.25 in.(3cm)
Condition: very good!

This exquisitely carved boxwood sculpture depicts Kannon the embodiment of compassion. She is dressed in full robes, eyes downcast in serene meditation, holding a large lotus stem in hand, and seated in Royal Ease with one foot above a large lotus flower. Above her left shoulder, a phoenix (with inlaid eye) is hovering in the cloud, and below her feet, within the wrapped lotus leaf sits the acolyte Sudhana in adoration gesture. The carving is clearly inspired by one of the most cherished prototype of the Compassionate Budhisattva Quan Yin in China since 7th century. Signed by the carver Eimasa, this relatively small and tactile statue is well suited as a traveling shrine.

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