Traditional Japanese Art for a Bright Future "Signs of Good Fortune" from the collection of Susan Tosk

Nov 12, 2020 - Dec 30, 2020

Unsigned (Signs of Good Fortune)

Hammered and inlaid iron rectangular box, Ebisu riding a sea bream and Daikoku

Iron hammered and inlaid box
7 x 9 1/2 in

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Unsigned, Meiji period 

Ebisu, one of the Gods of luck, is the only God that originated in Japan. He symbolizes abundance of fishing, prosperous business and good harvest, Daikoku originates in Hinduism (Mahakala) and is depicted as a God of kitchen and finance.

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