Japanese Samurai Man Hakata Pottery Doll Figure Meiji EraJapanese Samurai Man Hakata Pottery Doll Figure Meiji EraJapanese Samurai Man Hakata Pottery Doll Figure Meiji EraJapanese Samurai Man Hakata Pottery Doll Figure Meiji EraJapanese Samurai Man Hakata Pottery Doll Figure Meiji EraJapanese Samurai Man Hakata Pottery Doll Figure Meiji EraJapanese Samurai Man Hakata Pottery Doll Figure Meiji Era

This is a large Meiji era Japanese Hakata pottery doll figure. A Hakata doll is a traditional Japanese clay doll, originally from the city of Fukuoka, part of which was previously named Hakata. This samurai gentleman probably represents a particular historic or folklore figure but I haven’t been able to identify him.

He stands 15” tall x 8” x 4”. Notice that you can see inside the bottom base all the finger prints from pressing the clay into a mold.

Condition: age discoloration, some paint loss, and a chip on bottom rear edge.


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ITEM ID
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ITEM TYPE
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Japanese Samurai Man Hakata Pottery Doll Figure Meiji Era

$150

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