Antique Japanese Baku Large Temple Corbel Keyaki Edo

Antique Japanese Baku Large Temple Corbel Keyaki Edo

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Period

Pre 1900

Region

Japanese

$8,500.00

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This is a rare and exquisite antique Japanese Baku corbel carving from the Edo period (early 19th century). The Baku is a mythical spiritual creature that resides in the Buddhist realm and is known for devouring evil spirits and nightmares. This architectural sculpture is carved from one solid block of Keyaki (Zelkova) wood and has stood the test of time. It is a large example of an antique Japanese Baku corbel used in a temple or shrine. This piece is a beautiful representation of Japanese and Buddhist art and would make a wonderful addition to any collection.

Age: Edo Period (1603-1868)

Dimensions: 36″ High by 21 1/4″ Long by 16 1/4″ Deep

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This is a rare and exquisite antique Japanese Baku corbel carving from the Edo period (early 19th century). The Baku is a mythical spiritual creature that resides in the Buddhist realm and is known for devouring evil spirits and nightmares. This architectural sculpture is carved from one solid block of Keyaki (Zelkova) wood and has stood the test of time. It is a large example of an antique Japanese Baku corbel used in a temple or shrine. This piece is a beautiful representation of Japanese and Buddhist art and would make a wonderful addition to any collection.

Age: Edo Period (1603-1868)

Dimensions: 36″ High by 21 1/4″ Long by 16 1/4″ Deep

Additional information

Period

Pre 1900

Region

Japanese

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