Japanese Antique Doll of Yoshitsune playing the flute, 1930-40's
Antique Japanese doll
represents young prince
(1159-1189), also called Ushiwaka, a military leader and
a prominent hero of Japanese lore (Heike Monogatari, Japanese medieval
narrative). He stands on a bridge (wooden pommel of a bridge's
banister is before him) under a weeping willow tree. Young
prince is dressed with dark-blue silk brocade hitatare,
orange-red kimono, white with violet color hakama pants and black
wooden geta. His tachi sword attached to his obi belt. His
long black hair brushed as Heian era style for young aristocrats.
Yoshitsune holds a traditional Japanese flute in his hands.
This wonderful doll crafted around 30'- 40's with very rich
and very detailed costume.
Glass-wooden display box come with.
Dimensions: 35,5 cm / 14” high
Condition: The doll has been kept carefully in glass box,
so it is in excellent condition without any damage and wit
really antique taste.
Price: US$ 325.00
*Mail delivery and insurance fee will be approx. US $
90-98.00 (without glass box US$ 78-88.00)