What does the "daisa" mean on the bottom of a lladro figurine?

What does the "daisa" mean on the bottom of a lladro figurine?

what does the daisa mean on the bottom of a lladro figurine? I have two of the exact same lladro figurines and one says lladro daisa and the other one doesn't have daisa

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  • iroc
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    Wonhyo Daisa

    (born 617, Korea-died 686, Korea) Korean Buddhist priest. He was the first to systematize Korean Buddhism, bringing the various Buddhist doctrines into a unity that served both philosophers and laypeople. He advocated maintaining harmony between the real and the ideal in life in order to pursue spiritual goals. His works, mainly in the form of commentaries on Mahayana sutras, had profound influence on Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Buddhists. He is considered the greatest of the ancient Korean religious teachers and one of the 10 sages of the ancient Korean kingdom of Silla.

    Source(s): life
  • twardy
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Lladro Daisa

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

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    What does the "daisa" mean on the bottom of a lladro figurine?

    What does the "daisa" mean on the bottom of a lladro figurine?

    what does the daisa mean on the bottom of a lladro figurine? I have two of the exact same lladro figurines and one says lladro daisa and the other one doesn't have daisa

    Source(s): quot daisa quot bottom lladro figurine: https://tr.im/7YFl0
  • isis
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    The latest backstamp, introduced sometime early in the the new The logo is no longer visually integrated with the name {lladro).

    That's not all that's separated: the phrase "by Lladró" has been eliminated from the mark, leaving only the copyright acronym "DAISA" to identify NAO as a Lladró product. (The small print says "Hand Made Porcelain, Valencia, Spain," followed by the copyright acronym and date.)

    Source(s): from the website http://www.elportalporcelana.info/NAO4.htm
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  • Elinor
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Was her statement a negative one or a positive one? If it was negative then it probably means that he can't keep up with her in bed.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It means, fragile, do not turn upside down.

    Source(s): Charlie Currie stand-up comic
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