Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD



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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764

Red lacquered face with cords of blue hair, a large beaked nose, sharp curved eyebrows, and crossed, angry eyes  identifies  Bato, a young barbarian who discovers his father has been eaten by a tiger.  This piece was carved and signed by Deme Yasui at the Hachimangu Tsurugaoka Temple in Kamakura.  Formerly in the Prince Tokugawa Collection.  Comes with a tomobako.

11 x 8 inches

27.9 x 20.3 cm

SOLD





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Bugaku Mask of Bato by Deme Yasui, Japan, Edo Period, C. 1764