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Rare Japanese Bone Okimono of The God ‘Daikoku’
REF: #1866 / LA356984
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Daikoku is considered to be the god of wealth, or of the household, particularly the kitchen. He is recognised by his wide face, smile and a flat hat. He is portrayed holding a mallet called Uchide No Kozuchi, otherwise known as the "mallet of fortune". He is seen carrying a bag of rice, signifying plentiful food. Signed twice on the base. Probably Meiji period.
Rarebits has clarified that the Rare Japanese Bone Okimono of The God ‘Daikoku’ (LA356984) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being Early 20th Century
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This Rare Japanese Bone Okimono of The God ‘Daikoku’ is located in Brecon, United Kingdom