See the beautiful and elegant Japanese Geisha wearing a traditional kimono and geta (elevated wooden sandals). Look at the graceful droop of her head, the coiffure hair and twist of her leg as she balances the Biwa in her hand. The musical instrument has been carved to distinction with all of the details clearly visible.
Notice the fine hand painted motifs and patterns that can be seen on the kimono. See the waistband and the beautiful floral patterns that the artist has painstakingly hand painted on such a small sized figurine. Look at the beautiful facial features, absolutely life-like and the curve of the shoulder, droop of her head, flow of the garments and fall of the silk has been captured with complete details. See the delicate folds at the back on the Obi, the hand painted patterns on it are extremely intricate. See the all of the large sleeves and the brown pattern of branches and flowers, which are traditionally Oriental in design. Don’t miss the charming and chic hair accessory!
Set upon a solid teakwood base, the hand-carved wooden stands complements with similar patterns to accentuate the charm of mammoth ivory statue.
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You can read more about Mammoth Ivory in our education Center.
- Understanding Mammoth Ivory
- Mammoth ivory as International Free Trade merchandise
- Caring for Mammoth Ivory
- Basic differences between Elephant ivory and mammoth ivory
- For how long will mammoth ivory be available?
- Where does mammoth ivory lay buried?
Height: 9.25, Width:4 , Length: 3 In