Lot 1031
A Chinese Bronze Statue of Lu the God of Prosperity
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Possibly Ming dynasty (1368-1644), Lu, one of the three auspicious gods known as Sanxing (Three Stars) in Chinese folklore, Lu is shown here with a long beard and wearing a winged official hat and robe decorated with incised clouds, he holds a ruyi scepter, a talisman symbolizing power and good fortune, on square base, heavy casting.

16.75 in.

From the Personal Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Ilgenfritz, III

Good estate condition; dirt to crevices.