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Shinto Goddess, Mahakara, of good fortune with small bale of rice on her head. She wears a traditional robe. There are many forms of Daikoku and I have represented six of them.

This is an original design by me. Each one is made individually so colors and beads may vary. Stars are finished both front and back and sealed to last.

Listing is for ONE star.

The Daikoku come on New Years on the ship of good fortune bearing majical gifts. May she bring good fortune to you! Wonderful to bring gifts to bride.

Size is 3.5" [8.89 cm]. On wood base with rhinestones and glass beads. copper edges and black satin ribbon. The symbol on the back means "daikoku".

ships ASAP or at most in about two business days from receipt of payment. comes USPS in a padded envelope, wrapped in cloth tied with yarn. comes with daikoku;s story
Mairyann Wrentmore

Hand Made Daikoku Goddess of Good Fortune Ornament Shinto Mahakara New Year Bride

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, rhinestones, glass beads, acrylic, varnish, copper, giltter, ribbon, glue
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 98 reviews
  • Favorited by: 15 people