A Large Japanese Wood Okimono of a Bantam (Rooster), Hen and Baby Chicks, Early 19th Century

$17,500.00

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A finely Japanese carved large cockerel with an impressive plume of tail feathers standing over his family consisting of a hen and baby chicks as they pick at the ground searching for food. The details finely wrought and highlighted with stain. The eyes are made of glass. The Japanese Bantam or Chabo is a Japanese breed of ornamental chicken. It is a true bantam breed, meaning that there are no large fowl counterparts. It characterised by very short legs (the result of hereditary chondrodystrophy) and a large upright tail that reaches much higher than the head of the bird.

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Quantity:
1
Period:
19th century (1800-1899)
Place of origin:
Japan
Style:
Antique
Dimensions (cm):
45,72H x 25,40W x 48,26D
Dimensions (inch):
18H x 10W x 19D
Creator / Artist:
Material:
Wood, Glass
Condition:
Very good;
Inventory ID:
Large Japanese Wood Okimono of a Cockerel, Hen and baby chicks Wood Art Antique Decoration
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Shipping options:
International - YES
Shipping regions:
Worldwide