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Processional Masks of the Devas: Taishakuten
(Earth/Downward) (late 10th Century), Kyoto National Museum, Japan
One of the Deva Guardians of Buddhism said to guard the 12 sacred directions, this entity represents the highest state of existence before achieving enlightenment. Its expressive, ornately carved face is cast in quality designer resin, and then delicately hand-painted to capture its ancient Asian details. A wonderful addition to the walls of any gallery collection!
Approx. 7½"Wx4"Dx12"H. 3 lbs.
Processional Masks of the Devas: Taishakuten is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Mask was poorly painted, not as portrayed in picture. I am very disappointed with this mask. The quality of the painting was very poor, especially in the head dress. It is not worth the return shipping so I plan to try and fix the mask by repainting. The shape and style of the mold is good so it is worth the try.
Date published: 2014-03-06
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