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Japanese Meiji period ivory okimono of a scholar

Japanese Meiji period ivory okimono of a scholar

NETSUKE. HOHODEMI WITH OCTOPUS. IVORY: SIGN.: MINKOKU. Second half 19th c.

NETSUKE. HOHODEMI WITH OCTOPUS. IVORY: SIGN.: MINKOKU. Second half 19th c.

Yoyusai (Japan, Edo, 1772 - 1845) , Toyosai (Japan)   Inro Ensemble with Dragonfly Design, (Inro) second half of 18th century; (Netsuke) first half of 19th century; (Ojime) no date  Costume/clothing accessory/waistwear; Netsuke, (Inro) Togidashi maki-e lacquer; (Netsuke) wood, gold maki-e lacquer, abalone shell; (Ojime) tri-lobed metal

Yoyusai (Japan, Edo, 1772 - 1845) , Toyosai (Japan) Inro Ensemble with Dragonfly Design, (Inro) second half of 18th century; (Netsuke) first half of 19th century; (Ojime) no date Costume/clothing accessory/waistwear; Netsuke, (Inro) Togidashi maki-e lacquer; (Netsuke) wood, gold maki-e lacquer, abalone shell; (Ojime) tri-lobed metal

SHIBA ONKO RETTET DEN KNABENNetsuke, ivory. Japan, 19. Jh.Eine beliebte Geschichte - der im 11. J

SHIBA ONKO RETTET DEN KNABENNetsuke, ivory. Japan, 19. Jh.Eine beliebte Geschichte - der im 11. J

19th Century Antique Hard wood Netsuke of a Samurai, new regular price almost at cost. Extremely nice netsuke and old wood other than his war injury.

Item ID: A192 In Shop Backroom

19th Century Antique Hard wood Netsuke of a Samurai, new regular price almost at cost. Extremely nice netsuke and old wood other than his war injury.

Case (Inrô) with Design of Fox Wedding Procession in Rain Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquer, dark brown, gold and colored hiramakie, takamakie, nashiji, kirigane; Interior: gyobu nashiji and fundame

Case (Inrô) with Design of Fox Wedding Procession in Rain Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquer, dark brown, gold and colored hiramakie, takamakie, nashiji, kirigane; Interior: gyobu nashiji and fundame

IVORY OVER WOOD TAKARABUNE WITH SEVEN LUCKY GODS Japanese monochrome ivory over wood carving depicting the Seven Lucky gods on their Takarabune, or ship. Japanese tradition tells that the seven lucky gods will arrive on their ship on New Year's and distribute presents. The rooster figurehead represents the year of the rooster (tori-doshi). Mounted to wooden stand. Size: 14 x 14 x 8" plus stand

IVORY OVER WOOD TAKARABUNE WITH SEVEN LUCKY GODS Japanese monochrome ivory over wood carving depicting the Seven Lucky gods on their Takarabune, or ship. Japanese tradition tells that the seven lucky gods will arrive on their ship on New Year's and distribute presents. The rooster figurehead represents the year of the rooster (tori-doshi). Mounted to wooden stand. Size: 14 x 14 x 8" plus stand

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