Late Meiji Kutani Daruma Bodhidharma


Wearing saffron & crimson robes & carrying a flywhisk. A turquoise amulet signifies great personal achievements.

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Late Meiji Kutani Daruma Bodhidharma

Kutani Porcelain Daruma Bodhidharma 達磨 figurine from the Late Meiji period 1880 -1900s.  Wearing saffron and crimson robes and carrying a flywhisk in right hand. A turquoise blue amulet on his chest signifies great personal achievements.

The Monk Bodhidharma is the founder of Zen Buddhism.  The Daruma is traditionally used in Japanese culture to symbolise one’s goals, actions, and outcomes.

Approximate dimensions are Height 18 cm Width 8 cm and Depth 5.5 cm.  Weight is 355 grams.

Shipping is via Australia post and includes tracking and is approximately 8 business days to most international locations.

Wikipedia – Bodhidharma

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Dimensions 8 × 18 cm


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