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This is a very high quality mammoth ivory   carving Figurines of The Seven Lucky Gods Or Japan’s Seven gods Of Fortune. This is an all set of The seven lucky gods , each piece come with wooden stand
Seven Lucky Gods, refer to the seven gods of good fortune in Japanese mythology and folklore. They are often the subject of netsuke carvings and other representations.
Ebisu
God of Good Fortune, the Ocean, and Fishing Folk. Also Deity of Honest Labor & Patron of Laborers. Today he symbolizes not only safe sailing and plentiful fishing, but business prosperity for merchants in all trades.

 Ebisu  Ebisu  Ebisu  Ebisu  Ebisu  Ebisu  Ebisu  Ebisu  Ebisu

God Measurements:
Width: 4.5 Cm / 1.8 In, Height: 8.5 Cm / 3.35 In, Length: 3 Cm / 1.2 In


Hotei
Hotei is known as the Fat Buddha or Laughing Buddha in the West. Hotei is the fat God of Abundance, contentment and happiness.

 Hotei  Hotei  Hotei  Hotei  Hotei  Hotei  Hotei

God Measurements:
Width: 5 Cm / 2 In, Height: 8.5 Cm / 3.35 In, Length: 3.5 Cm / 1.4 In


Benzaiten
Benzaiten – is the Goddess of art, beauty, knowledge and music.

 Benzaiten  Benzaiten  Benzaiten  Benzaiten  Benzaiten  Benzaiten  Benzaiten  Benzaiten

God Measurements:
Width: 5 Cm / 2 In, Height: 8.5 Cm / 3.35 In, Length: 3.3 Cm / 1.3 In


JUROJIN
God of Longevity. Jurojin is often identified with Fukurokuju. In some traditions, the two are said to inhabit the same body.

 JUROJIN  JUROJIN  JUROJIN  JUROJIN  JUROJIN  JUROJIN  JUROJIN  JUROJIN

God Measurements:
Width: 5 Cm / 2 In, Height: 8 Cm / 3.15 In, Length: 3 Cm / 1.2 In


Fukurokuju
God of Wisdom, Wealth, Longevity. The bearded Fukurokuju has an unusually high forehead, and is typically holding a cane with sutra scroll (Jp. = hebi) attached to it. Often associated with or confused with Jur?jin (see below) — the two are said to inhabit the same body.

 Fukurokuju  Fukurokuju  Fukurokuju  Fukurokuju  Fukurokuju  Fukurokuju  Fukurokuju

God Measurements:
Width: 4 Cm / 1.6 In, Height: 8 Cm / 3.15 In, Length: 3 Cm / 1.2 In


Daikoku
God of Wealth, Farmers, Agriculture, Rice, & Kitchen. Daikoku has been most widely known as the Japanese god of wealth and farmers, although in earlier centuries he was considered a fierce protector deity. In Japan, artwork of this deity usually shows him wearing a hood and standing on bales of rice (tawara ?), carrying a large sack of treasure slung over his shoulder and holding a small magic mallet.

 Daikoku  Daikoku  Daikoku  Daikoku  Daikoku  Daikoku  Daikoku  Daikoku

God Measurements:
Width: 4.5 Cm / 1.8 In, Height: 8 Cm / 3.15 In, Length: 3 Cm / 1.2 In


Bishamonten

Bishamonten Bishamonten Bishamonten Bishamonten Bishamonten Bishamonten Bishamonten Bishamonten

God Measurements:
Width: 4.5 Cm / 1.8 In, Height: 8.5 Cm / 3.3 In, Length: 3 Cm / 1.2 In


This is a very high quality mammoth ivory  carving netsukes Set- Of The Seven Lucky Gods
This Netsukes is Hand carved by Master Carver to perfection.

This netsuke is made of 100% genuine Mammoth Ivory Tusk. The extinct woolly Mammoth roamed the earth before 10,000-40,000 years ago. Today we can found Mammoth ivory tusk in the arctic regions like Siberia in Russia.

Mammoth ivory netsukes are absolutely legal worldwide.

You can read more about Mammoth Ivory in our education Center.

You can read more about Seven Lucky Gods in our education Center.
Measurements of Each wood stand:
Width: 6.5 Cm / 2.56 In, Height: 2 Cm / 0.8 In, Length: 3.5 Cm / 1.4 In
Measurements :
Height: 8.5, Width:4 , Length: 3 Cm