Carved dark amber Happy Buddha standing with an offering over his head with inscriptions, and wearing a bead necklace. Gown has extensive markings on front and back. Pu-Tai, a Chinese monk nicknamed "Laughing Buddha," was known for his protruding stomach and constant laugh.
7 ½" x 3 1/4"
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