Gogatsu Ningyō, Japanese Vintage Ornament - 2301-0010
Every spring in Japan, families bearing sons set up samurai armor displays so that their boys grow up to be healthy, strong, and understand the true power of the Force. This display is called a Gogatsu Ningyō or May Doll. The katana represents strength, while the bow and arrow represents a straight path to success. Of course, both were also weapons carried by samurai.
The glass case has cut-glass edges in a lacquered frame and the overall quality is pristine.
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• Origin: Nagoya, Aichi prefecture
• Material: Glass, Wood, Cloth
• Age: Shōwa Period
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|2301-0010||40 cm||59 cm||59 cm||Eur 500.00|
|20% discount! 625.00|