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Antique Lacquered Gilt Wood Statue
Kitchen God
Jeo Guan with Gold and Scepter
Origin: China. Circa: Qing, 19th century

H.8 in.(20cm), W.4.5 in.(11.5cm), D.4 in.(10cm)

Condition: very good!

A century old wood carving of the Kitchen God, exquisitely carved from a single block of camphor wood, and detailed with an unique Chinese formula of gesso and saw-dust mixture, meticulously rendered with ultra fine embossed motifs, and ornamental jewel chains that festoon the edges of his robes. The Kitchen God is wearing a gilded, black and red lacquered cap, imperial yellow robe with five cranes, holding a wish-granting Ruyi scepter in his right hand, and left a gold piece. The application of gold foil and lacquer, completed with layers of gilt and polychrome finishing, created an opulent effect for this audacious statue. Which is meticulously preserved with only minor imperfection.

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