Magnificent Japanese samurai warrior musha-ningyo doll on kazari-uma or battle horse, Meiji period (1868-1912). Extraordinary detail in all respects from armor to steed. Fierce, theatrical countenance most apparent on wonderfully rendered gofun face. Traditionally made for display on Boys’ Day, celebrated annually in Japan on May 5. Highest quality and craftsmanship and in very good condition. Superb Detail to this Lot Doll is in very nice condition as shown Horse is also in Superb Condition they are on a wooden stand 12 inches tall and 10 long
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