Large Japanese Early 19th Century Tall Stone Lantern

Large Japanese Early 19th Century Tall Stone Lantern

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Japanese

Period

Pre 1900

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Dramatic Antique Japanese tall ishidoro – stone temple garden lantern, carved all of granite in 6 sections. The lotus base is carved so that it is still connected to the natural rock. The lantern section is similar in style to a hanging lantern with it’s curling warabite corner roof and pointed finial over a hollow area for light. The sides of this portion of the lantern are carved in relief with deer and clouds. This style of ishidoro originates from the Kasuga shrine and for that reason it could also be called a Kasuga-doro.

Edo Period (1603 – 1868) 18th Century

Size: 88″ high x 30″ wide (at widest point of base).

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Dramatic Antique Japanese tall ishidoro – stone temple garden lantern, carved all of granite in 6 sections. The lotus base is carved so that it is still connected to the natural rock. The lantern section is similar in style to a hanging lantern with it’s curling warabite corner roof and pointed finial over a hollow area for light. The sides of this portion of the lantern are carved in relief with deer and clouds. This style of ishidoro originates from the Kasuga shrine and for that reason it could also be called a Kasuga-doro.

Edo Period (1603 – 1868) 18th Century

Size: 88″ high x 30″ wide (at widest point of base).

Additional information

Region

Japanese

Period

Pre 1900

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