Kamakura To Early Muromachi Era Shrine Deity

$1,680.00

Carved from a single block of cypress wood & decorated with polychrome lacquer & gold foil.  He grasps the original alarum staff to frighten insects away from his path & shakes to awaken humans from their delusions.

His left hand holds a light eluminating and wish-granting jewel (hōju no tama), signifying the bestowal of blessings.

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Kamakura To Early Muromachi Era Shrine Deity

Wooden Shrine Deity figure of Jizō Bosatsu Japan.  Estimated to be from late Kamakura to early Muromachi era 12th – 13th Century.

Carved from cypress wood in a single block technique (ichiboku-zukuri) as a standing Bodhisattva Jizo and decorated with polychrome lacquer and gold foil (kirikane). He has a composed and serene look, shaved head and is wearing the robes of a Buddhist monk. In his right hand he grasps the original alarum staff (shakujō) to frighten insects away from his path and shakes to awaken humans from their delusions.

His left hand holds a light eluminating and wish-granting jewel (hōju no tama), signifying the bestowal of blessings.

Dimensions of Bosatsu 14.5 cm approximately.  Wooden stand shown is not included in the pricing.

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Dimensions14.5 cm