8M3: Japanese 7 Wooden Sake Cups, Seven Lucky Gods

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 17, 2011
  • Channel: Auction House

8M3: Japanese 7 Wooden Sake Cups, Seven Lucky Gods

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Item Japanese 7 Wooden Sake Cups, Seven Lucky Gods Condition As shown in the pictures, it's good condition for the age. One cup has a small lacquer-peeled spot on the rim (Please refer to the last picture.) Size Dia. 2.1"(5.3cm) x H1.1"(2.7cm) Quantity 7 Sake cups Description of item

These are vintage Japanese 7 lacquered wooden Sake cups, on which the Seven Lucky Gods of Japan are handpainted on each cup. Wooden-based cups are coated with Japanese high quality lacquer and gold leaf. The Seven Lucky Gods of Japan are group of popular deities whose origins stem from Indian, Chinese and Japanese gods of fortune. They are called "Shichifukujin" in Japanese. Shichi means seven, fuku means luck, and jin means god. Except one, all of the seven lucky Gods of Japan do not originate from Japan (Ebisu), three are from India (Daikokuten, Bishamonten, and Benzaiten) and three from China (Hotei, Jurojin, and Fukurokuju).!

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