Japanese Carved Wood -Swift Horse-

Japanese Carved Wood -Swift Horse-

Unit Price: 40,000JPY

Handling Fee is charged.

Weight: 1100g

Product Description

Estimated Handling Time: 20-30 business days

*This is a handmade item. Images are sample pictures and may vary from the actual product.
*We do not accept cancellations. If an order is cancelled, the paid amount will not be refunded under any circumstances.
Please consider carefully before purchasing.

1. Product Description

A carved wood of a swift horse.
Since this year is the Horse year of the 12 Zodiac animals, Japanese wood carving artist Maki Yoshihiko designed this woodcraft for a good year of 2014.
Materail: Camphor wood.
Camphor wood is usually be used to make Buddha statues and cases in Asian countries.
The Camphor wood has a soft scent, and it is a excellent material for long time preservation.
Size: approx. W15×D4×H13.5cm.
Attachments: case, introduction of the artist, wooden name plate.

2. Product Information

Unit Price: $ 408
Estimated Handling Date: 20-30 business days after we confirm the payment.
Shipping Method: via EMS only. (Fastest and Safest with online tracking service.)
Attention: Please do not put this item near places with sunlight, cold/warm wind, or water.

3. About the artist
Name: Maki Yoshihiko (牧 芳彦)
Born: 1980, in Aichi-ken, Japan
Graduated: 1999, Kira high school, then studied under sculptor Yoshimoto.
Finished the apprenticeship in 2007, now working as an independent sculptor.
2009- 16th Competition of wood carving folk art, Science Minister's Prize " secret base "
2010- 17th Competition of wood carving folk art, Finalist Award, "think about "
Tsubetsu Wood Craft Exhibition, Excellence Award "Jizosan"
2011- 18th Competition of wood carving folk art, Finalist Award, "Delicious Bed"
Tsubetsu Wood Craft Exhibition, Excellence Award "Carved balloon"
2013- 13th G·A·M Exhibition, Foreign Minister Award, "My Home"
2010 Tiger and Cat Exhibition ( Gallery Aya , Nagoya )
2012 Rebirth "Breath" (Gallery Roppongi , Tokyo)
2013 Original works exhibition (Mitsukoshi Sapporo )
Animal Park ( Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi head office )
To Find tradition (West Kenban office Kanazawa )

Berserk, Figure, For Honor, Statue