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Hokkei Totoya 1780-1850 - Daikoku and Ebisu - Seven Lucky Gods
Daikoku and Ebisu - Seven Lucky Gods
by Hokkei Totoya 1780-1850
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||Daikoku and Ebisu - Seven Lucky Gods|
||Hokkei Totoya 1780-1850|
||The god of fortune, Daikoku with a large sack and the god of luck, Ebisu with his fishing rod. Various lucky symbols were depicted on the background. |
Meiji A-copy surimono such as this one, were made mainly for exports. They were elaborately made with metallic pigments and embossing. For many of them, their originals no longer exist.
||Originally in Edo era. This is a Meiji A-copy published in early 1890s.|
||Excellent ... printed on a soft pliable Japanese paper, embossed.|
||Excellent - very good ... metallic pigments oxidized.|
||Very good ... paper slightly toned. Slightly soiled. Edges are lightly discolored.|
||7.1 inches = 18.0 cm|
||8.3 inches = 21.0 cm|
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