Highest quality collections with realistic texture. All statues are reproducing national treasures of Japan’s Buddha statues.
Model of this beautiful statue is Kissho Ten, which is enshrined at Joruri-ji Temple in Kyoto. Decorated with gorgeous accessories, the statue had been hidden for a long time. Therefore, it has been preserved in excellent condition. In this model, craftsman reproduced its original colorings when the statue was made in 1213 A.D. Using pure gold foils and vivid colorings, the statue seems to recover her graceful appearance of the era. Craftsman also replicated shape and decorations of the original statue completely. Every decorative items are handmade one by one.
Character of Kissho Ten
Kissho Ten is the goddess of fertility, fortune, luck and beauty. She is often expressed as a grande dame in 7th century. She has the Cintamani stone in her left hand, which is said to be able to make wishes come true. According to Buddhist myth, Kissho Ten is wife of Bishamonten, one of the Seven Gods of Fortune, and had five kids between them. Therefore, she is also worshiped for peace and prosperity in the household.
38.0cm(H) x 18.0cm(W) x 16.0cm(D)
15.0 in(H) x 7.1 in(W) x 6.3 in(D)
About Materials: Poly-stone
The statue is made of a mixture of stone powder and synthetic resins. This material enables to give statue fine expressions and profound feelings like stone. The statue has enough toughness and delicacy by changing combination ratio of raw materials appropriate for each part.
How to Care
Statues are delicate. It may be damaged or broken due to a strong impact. Please use soft brush to remove dust. Please refrain from using shining cloths and cleaning sheets; it may contain water-soluble paint. Avoid placing on the place with direct sunshine and/or high temperature.