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This delicate and detailed ceramic Geisha, against a profusion of flowers, is playing what may be a representational form of an early Japanese Tonkori. The Tonkori is a plucked instrument played by the Ainu people of Hokkaido, northern Japan, and Sakhalin.
By 1970, the Tonkori was nearly extinct.
The Statuette stands approximately 17 1/2" tall, and is 12" wide.
A beautiful and highly prized piece of art.
Donated by: Lucas & Lucas, P.S., Attorneys at Law.