Five clay devices used for Moxa Head Needling, for

Made:
1980-1985 in Japan

Five clay devices used for Moxa Head Needling, for use by blind practitioners in Japan, made by Dr Obika Reiko at the National Rehabilitation Centre, from the surgery of a British practitioner c.1996 (see note), Tokorozawa City, Japanese, 1980-1985.

Details

Category:
Oriental Medicine
Object Number:
2002-498
Materials:
clay, complete
Measurements:
example: 20 x 45 mm
type:
moxa kit
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
credit:
Kelley, R.
status:
Permanent collection

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