A Set of Three Japanese Hina Dolls
20th century. A set of three Hina court ladies, "san-nin kanjo," used in celebrating Girl's Day or "Hinamatsuri" on March 3, each doll holding sake equipment and seated on lacquer stands; on the right is the long-handled sake-bearer "Nagae no choshi," on the left is the backup sake-bearer "Kuwae no choshi," and in the center is the seated sake bearer, "Sanpo." The tallest approx. 7 by 5 by 3 1/2 in., 2.8 by 2 by 1.4 cm.
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