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Hand Carved Wooden Sino-Tibetan Masked Representation of Mahakala

Hand Carved Wooden Sino-Tibetan Masked Representation of Mahakala¹

Description: A wooden motif oftentimes employed as a type of talisman designed to ward off malevolent spirits or astral personages from a domestic dwelling that is routinely displayed in a porch, hall, or alcove setting. This particular piece believed to have been constructed at some point during the late 1940’s to the early-to-mid 1950’s, with emphasis being placed on the fact that it is a carefully crafted reproduction and not original in terms of convention.

¹ The patron deity of Manchuria, Mongolia, and Tibet; widely acknowledged as the Buddhist incarnation of the Hindu god Shiva. Revered in Japan as ‘Daikoku’ (Recognized as the God of Wealth in Japanese mythology, one of the Shichi-fuku-jin, the english equivalent of the Seven Gods of Luck).

DIMENSIONS (Numeric measure inclusive of object’s framed accessory)

Length – Approximately 31.75 or 31¾ inches
Width – Approximately 25.25 or 25¼ inches
Weight – Approximately 9 lb

– Written synopsis by Michael c/o Dunn’s Attic Consignment and Estate Sales

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