Mascherina di Noh - Legno massello naturale - Okina 翁 (Old man) signed Fuku - Giappone - Early Showa period (1930)

Mascherina di Noh - Legno massello naturale - Okina 翁 (Old man) signed Fuku - Giappone - Early Showa period (1930)
In buone condizioni, vedi descrizione - 20×9×15 cm

Noh mask - Natural solid wood - Okina 翁 (Old man) - Japan - early showa period (1930)

This is a traditional Japanese mask, a hand-carved mask called Okina in Japanese, a smiling and lovely old man, meaning happiness, well preserved! Because of age reason, beard also has drop off!

Because of the coronavirus, the Japanese post office stopped shipping to some European countries, countries that can ship: France, Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, China Hong Kong,Taiwan,the United States! Countries that cannot be transported: Italy, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Poland, etc! Please understand this situation and consider the address before you bid! Thank you very much.

We still use international express mail, which is the fastest in the world. It can reach Europe in three to five days. We usually deliver within 24 hours. We have weekend breaks and delayed delivery. In addition, as far as import tariffs are concerned, in general, some countries do not impose tariffs on antique goods, but if there is any tax, it depends on your country. Thank you for your understanding. In addition, due to the buyer's personal reasons (travel) did not receive the return, the postage required by the buyer to re-mail bear!
In addition, lots larger than 1kg cannot be mailed together, so the freight should be paid separately. Thank you for your understanding!

Weight 188g

Dettagli lotto
Mascherina di Noh
fatto a mano
Legno massello naturale
Early Showa period (1930)
Regione/ Paese d'origine
Titolo dell'opera
Okina 翁 (Old man) signed Fuku
In buone condizioni, vedi descrizione
20×9×15 cm
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