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Processional Masks of the Devas: Set
(late 10th Century), Kyoto National Museum, Japan
Three of the Deva Guardians of Buddhism said to guard the 12 sacred directions, these entities represent the highest state of existence before achieving enlightenment. Their expressive, ornately carved faces are cast in quality designer resin, and then delicately hand-painted to capture their ancient Asian details. A wonderful addition to the walls of any gallery collection!

Each approx. 7½"Wx4"Dx12"H. 3 lbs.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Impressive collection I purchased this set some time ago and was well pleased with the ornate details and the high quality of the items. They are very colorful and solid made, even slightly heavy. They are very handsome displayed as a set. I am also displaying the Peking Opera Masks with them to compose a very impressive collection of Asian masks. As in the illustration I intend to display this collection upon a bright red wall and illuminate it with ceiling spotlights. June 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great find !! Lovely, they are more than I expected, contrary to the other view I see no problem with hand painted materials at a good cost December 19, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by These items look better online. I was so disappointed as soon as i took them out the box, off they went to the good will store. I didn't even bother with returning it. Uggh!!! February 9, 2012
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