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It's a wooden statue of a Chinese dragon curving behind waves smashing at the base, with two smaller dragon heads on either side looking up at the larger one; it stands just above my knee (I'm 160cm tall), and it appears to be painted red, since there are brush strokes on the bottom. It came into the thrift shop with two identical Buddhas, although I am not sure if they are linked.

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    Adding a photo would improve your chances of getting an accurate answer.
    – Steve Bird
    May 15 at 7:43
  • @SteveBird I don't know how to sorry... May 15 at 7:50
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    @SteveBird - Thanks for the quick meta link. For easier future reference, I've added that link to the tag wiki for Identification questions.
    – T.E.D.
    May 15 at 14:51
  • Voting to close... I'm not a fan of these Antique Roadshow type questions and feel we should have a more explicit rule against them. For all we know this is a high school art project made last month. It's tagged both Japan and China with no evidence that it's from either place. This just simply isn't a question about history.
    – Brian Z
    May 16 at 11:18

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