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Meiji Rin Gong Singing Bowl

Antique Japanese Bronze Rin Gong
Singing Bowl
On Pillow + Wood Pedestal
Origin: Japan, Circa: Meiji

Gong: H 8 in.(20cm), D 12 in.(30cm)
Condition: very good!

An antique Japanese temple bell keisu, also known as singing bowl or rin gong, hand hammered dabs bronze bowl with inscriptions: Shaku Jaku Shou Eidai Dokkyou (Kaimyo chant forever), Hiroyama Village Senhin Temple, Meiji 28th year (1896), Nov. 15th. Ittou-gun Igami Village, Donated by Ueda Shieko.

 


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