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Name: JAPANESE CHERRYWOOD CARVNG OF BAKU FROM EDO PERIOD
SOLD
Inventory #: JE-14
Description: Japanese Edo Period cherrywood carving of a BAKU, the Japanese mythological animal who eats bad dreams. Large and beautiful carving with ivory tusks and eyes. Carved with such detail and expression. Unsigned. The piece measures 23" long, 10" wide and 10 1/2" tall.
Age: Edo Period
Size: 23"L by 10 1/2"H by 10"W
Price: SOLD