Vintage Hokkaido Folk Art
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $75 USD
- $63 USD to corkie
- Number of Bids
- 5 - Bid History
This hand-carved, wooden bear sculpture is originally from Hokkaido, the Japanese island where the Ainu, an ethnic people of Japan, lived. They had a great reverence for the Asian Bears and often used them in religious ceremonies. It is situated on a removable wooden base which measures 11.5" x 8".
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In Memory of Clara Misae Tokunaga
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