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.