Pair of Chinese Rosewood Carvings of Shouxing the God of Longevity
A pair of 20th-century Chinese carvings, each depicting a Shouxing (寿星), the God of Longevity. Both are depicted with large foreheads and flowing robes leaning upon a tall staff with a gathering of ripe peaches, popular symbols of longevity. Both have a mid-20th-century dealer’s label affixed to the underside.
Smaller figure with staff broken at tip.
- Largest measurement above. Smallest measurement. 2" W x 6" H x 2" D.