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Sale IT177 Lot 7036

TWO JAPANESE TRAVELING SHRINES (ZUSHI), EDO PERIOD the first, with a black lacquer case fitted with etched brass clasp, trim and hinges, opening to reveal a patterned and gilded interior fitted with a single large Buddha standing on a lotus base, h: 5 in.; and the other, a smaller wood example, with a five character gilt inscription reading Hachimandai bosatsu to left door exterior, opening to reveal a guardian figure to each door, with a central figure atop a lotus base, paper label and inscription to underside, h: 2.75 in. (2)

Provenance: Estate of Mrs. Orme Wilson, The Tuleyries, Boyce, Virginia
Estimate $300-500

Sold for $150.00

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