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Buddha image carved by the people


In the past in Japan, ordinary citizens carved Buddhist statues with their own hands and enshrined them on hearths and other places.It is said that because of poverty, they used pieces of wood and broken branches as materials for carving. The small, simple appearance of these precious relics reminds us of the modest lifestyle of the Japanese people in the past.


Number   /   0132


Price   /   Please ask


Size   /   H45 W18 D10 mm


Country   /   Japan


Period   /   19 - 20c


※ Country and period are estimates.

※ 国や時代表記は推定です


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