Antique Japaneses Buddhist Ebisu and Daikoku Pair (22S-106)

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This is an antique Japanese intractely hand carved figures of two of the seven lucky gods, Daikoku and Ebisu from Middle Meiji period ( 1880's - 1890's).

Daikokuten the god of wealth, commerce and trade. The other mask is Ebisu-sama, the god of fishers or merchants. He usually is holding a fishermans poll and a japanese sea bream. The two usually come hand to hand to bring good luck and fortune to resturants and merchants. Wonderfult piece to add to your collection.