Ko Omote, Japanese Noh Theatre Character Mask of a Heian
Japanese Noh Mask of KO OMOTECharacter
reflects a young beauty who is calm. The Japanese word "Ko"
means cuteness, youth and beauty, and "Omote" means
face. Ko-Omote mask represents Japanese traditional Heian
era beauty featuring shaved eyebrows, gold-blackened teeth,
and neat hair. This mask is made as an interior wall decoration.
About 1960's, Hakata
Ceramic, gofun ( oyster shell crashed powder), hand painting.
Excellent condition with no damage.
Dimensions: 20.5 x 13,5 cm / 8.0 x 5.3 inches high
Price: US$ 90.00
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