Fukurō no Ishibashira, Japanese Stone Pillar
Item description - YO07010107
The front of this beautiful antique pillar is decorated with the carving of an owl. The name Fukurō no Ishibashira (梟の石柱), meaning Pillar of the Owl, is in reference to this carving. The bird is featured in many legends all over the world. The same story goes for Japan, where the owl is very popular and a symbol of good fortune.
The pillar can be used as an individual ornament, as well as a plinth for a statue of some sort.
• Origin: Nagoya, Aichi prefecture
• Material: Shirakawa Stone (白川石)
• Age: Meiji Period
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