Large okimono-box depicting Ebisu on the side standing on a basket, three children playing and with Daikokuten as the lid handle. In popular Japanese mythology, Daikoku uses his magic hammer, called Uchide-no-Kozuchi, to create richness or in some cases, to grant the wishes of small children.
Richly decorated with mother of pearl inlays all over the surface, inlaid with the shibayama technique. Noritama signature engraved under the lid.
Included in the lot is a collection of around 120 okimono with photos and their relevant descriptions ‘Japanese okimono’ published by us.
The lot will be carefully packed and shipped within 1 or at most 2 working days from the day of payment. The shipping price includes the delivery via UPS, TNT, DHL or SDA courier (according to lot destination) with full insurance and professional packaging.
Original certificate compiled by Luca Mastromauro, an expert in Japanese art, registered with Milan Chamber of Commerce (no. 2617), which will be shipped with the lot.
This item cannot be sold to buyers outside the EU.
- Kasten, Okimono, Skulptur
- Elefant Elfenbein, Perlmutt
- Meiji Periode (1868-1912)
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Shibayama - Raro Martello Daikoku - Ebisu - Bambini
- Sehr guter Zustand, siehe Beschreibung
- 19×26×10 cm