Japanese Boy's Festival Kintaro Doll-Taisho Period - For Sale

Japanese Boy's Festival Kintaro Doll-Taisho Period
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A healthy, plump, round & gentle-faced, "Kintaro" doll holding a lively carp (also considered a symbol of strength and good luck). In folklore, Kintaro grows up to become a famous warrior. He represents the wishes of parents to have a brave, strong, yet gentle son. Size H: 23 cm W: 13.5 cm. Period: Early Taisho. Condition: Some wearing off of pigment on fish. Short rope that goes in front of hat is detached on one side, but can easily be re-attached (we've kept it as is). Right hat peg seems to have been replaced (many years ago). Natural age wear on surface and red cloth bib ties.
Please refer to our stock # JDOL-001 when inquiring.

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JJ Oriental
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Email : jajoy2@gmail.com

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