LOT OF WOODEN SCULPTURES WITH THE EFFIGY OF TAOIST CHARACTERS
Vietnam, Nguyen Dynasty, 19th century period
> A lacquered wooden sculpture showing the immortal Zhongli Quan, identifiable by his fan, sitting in padamasana on a lotiform base. A label written in Mandarin on the back of the base (removable fan, lacquer jumps, cracks underneath, wear).
H: 21.5 cm
> A lacquered wooden sculpture showing one of the Hoho / Hehe brothers standing on a rocky base (lacquer jumps, cracks, wears).
H : 34 cm
> Two gilded wooden sculptures of Taoist immortals, both on their mounts (wear and tear, gilding shadows).
H (the largest): 13.5 cm
A LOT OF WOODEN CARVING OF DAOIST FIGURES
Vietnam, Nguyen Dynasty, 19th century
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