NH21025 Japanese Tachibina, the simple essential form of the imperial couple used as the display for the Girl’s day celebration, constructed of kinran brocade fabric covered paper, the heads carved of wood and covered in gofun with painted features and inset hair, the male form with outstretched arms and conical legs, the female has a cylindrical form. Displayed on a contemporary bronze custom stand. Original kiri wood storage box. Minor signs of wear and age, otherwise fine condition. 13-1/4” High x 8-1/2” Wide x 3”
Deep. Edo Period, circa 1840. $2,200.