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Antique Lacquered Gilt Wood Carving
Jeo Guan
Kitchen God with Scepter
Origin: China. Circa: Republics, early 1900s'

H 8.75 in.(22cm), W 5 in.(12.5cm), D 3.75 in.(9.5cm)

Condition: very good!

Exquisitely carved from a single block of camphor wood, meticulously detailed with ultra fine embossed motifs, and ornamental jewel chains that festoon the edges of his elaborate phoenix robes. He has a benevolent portrait-quality facial features, and was likely worshipped as the Kitchen God. His importance is further indicated by his seat upon a high backless throne. He is holding a sceptre of office in his right hand, and left two gold pieces. Despite the minor wear due to its age, the little carving is radiate with potent energy and determination, a testament to a century of prayers and worship.


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