Antique Wood Carving.
Lacquer and Gilt.
Vibrant Color, Glowing Countenance and Fine Craftsmanship mark the exceptional qualities of this Qing Dynasty Taoist Figure.
Seated on a Lotus throne in front of Taoist Plaque.
Very Good Condition.
This is a Chinese Taoist god statue carved from wood, dating back to the late Qing Dynasty around 1850. The craftsmanship is exquisite and the details are carefully carved, reflecting the artistry of the era. The statue is believed to have originated from China and is made from high-quality wood. It is an excellent addition to any collection of antiques and Asian art.
The primary material used in creating this statue is wood, and it has a significant historical value as it was created in the late Qing Dynasty. The statue represents a Chinese Taoist god and reflects the artistic fusion of religion and craftsmanship during the era. It has been well-preserved, and its intricate details make it a valuable piece for collectors. The statue belongs to the category of Antiques, Asian Antiques, China, Figurines & Statues.
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