This antique Japanese large flying dragon shrine corbel is a stunning piece of art that is sure to impress. The sculpture is made from one solid block of Keyaki (Zelkova) wood depicting a dragon that appears to abruptly change course in mid-air. The body has dramatic features that visually flow with this sculpture, making it a true masterpiece. The custom iron stand cradles the carving giving the appearance of floating in the air, adding to its allure.
Being a rare find, it would make an excellent addition to any collection. It is a testament to the skill and craftsmanship of the Japanese artisans who created it. If you’re looking for a unique and beautiful piece of art, this antique Japanese large flying dragon shrine corbel is definitely worth considering.
Age: Edo Period (1603-1868)
Dimensions: 49″ Wide by 34 1/2″ High by 12 3/4″ Deep