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Japanese Edo Period Noh Theater Mask with Red, Black and Golden Patina
Japanese Edo Period Noh Theater Mask with Red, Black and Golden Patina Japanese Edo Period Noh Theater Mask with Red, Black and Golden Patina Japanese Edo Period Noh Theater Mask with Red, Black and Golden Patina Japanese Edo Period Noh Theater Mask with Red, Black and Golden Patina Japanese Edo Period Noh Theater Mask with Red, Black and Golden Patina Japanese Edo Period Noh Theater Mask with Red, Black and Golden Patina Japanese Edo Period Noh Theater Mask with Red, Black and Golden Patina Japanese Edo Period Noh Theater Mask with Red, Black and Golden Patina Japanese Edo Period Noh Theater Mask with Red, Black and Golden Patina

Japanese Edo Period Noh Theater Mask with Red, Black and Golden Patina

$4,500

Dimensions W: 17"  |  D: 11.5"  |  H: 20.5"
Age Antique
Origin japan
Model YNE172
Description

A Japanese Edo period "Noh" theater mask from the 17th to 19th century. Created in Japan during the Edo period (1603-1868), this mask captures our attention with its striking expression and contrasting colors.

 

Noh, a form of theater involving music, dance and drama and originating in the 14th century, uses masks to represent roles such as ghosts, women, children, and the elderly. Boasting a nicely weathered appearance, this Edo period Noh mask will make for an excellent conversation piece in any home!