Bronze figure of a boy

Price:  1.800,00

High quality silver shakudo patinated bronze figure of a boy standing with a chrysanthemum flower (kikudochi) in his hands, marked: Hoshu.
This figure, a boy with a chrysanthemum flower in his hands is often a refernence to the Chinese Sage Peng Zu (Jap. Hoso): he lived during the Zhou dynasty (1st millennium BC): as a boy he was a favourite of Lord Muwang but because of an offence he was banished to Nanyang. There he lived by drinking the dew that fell on chrysanthemums. As a consequence he never grew old and always stayed a boy and later became an immortal. Taishō period (1912-1926).
Size; H.: Circa.. 31.5 cm
Weight: 2.65 kg

Shipping and handling not included.

Ref. No. : 93453


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