Meiji Period Gods of Fortune, Wooden Daikoku and Ebisu
No symbol of good fortune is more widely recognized by the Japanese than the pairing of the God of Prosperity, Daikoku and his son Ebisu, the God of Fisherman who represents Virtue. This is a most wonderful Meiji Period rendering of this pair, of old and well-patinated wood. From the collection of a renowned author on and collector of Asian art. 8 inches, 20 cm tall.