Large Budsudan (59cm) with JIZO protector of children / travellers and many more - Japan - late 19th century (early Meiji period)

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Large Budsudan (59cm) with JIZO protector of children / travellers and many more - Japan - late 19th century (early Meiji period)
Good condition

One of the most beloved of all Japanese divinities.
Jizō is a Bodhisattva (Jp. Bosatsu), one who achieves enlightenment but postpones Buddhahood until all can be saved.

izō serves his/her customary and traditional roles as patron saint of expectant mothers, women in labor, children, firemen, travelers, pilgrims,


In his left hand he hold the Jewel - Lotus - copper ornaments aroud the neck

Inner doors and back gold leaves

Condition : in good condition . wear . loss of paint / lazquer and his rattle staff and part of the neck ormanet see the pictures as well .


Overall Height 59 cm


Shipping
signed - T&T - insured lost parcel according PostNL conditions )
( only for Swiss max covered 500 euro)
Seller is not responsible for damage during transport .

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