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NETSUKE. HOTEI MIT DREI KARAKO. ELFENBEIN. 1. H. 19. Jh. Der Glücksgott sitzt mit nacktem Oberkörper, tama in der Linken, neben seinem riesigen Glücksbeutel umlagert von drei Kindern, von denen eines seinen steifen Fächer hält. Fein geschnitzt und graviert, leicht eingefärbt. Goldgelbe Gebrauchspatina. B.4cm.

NETSUKE. HOTEI MIT DREI KARAKO. ELFENBEIN. 1. H. 19. Jh. Der Glücksgott sitzt mit nacktem Oberkörper, tama in der Linken, neben seinem riesigen Glücksbeutel umlagert von drei Kindern, von denen eines seinen steifen Fächer hält. Fein geschnitzt und graviert, leicht eingefärbt. Goldgelbe Gebrauchspatina. B.4cm.

An ivory netsuke 19th century Depicting a reclining cat, turning back to the left as it looks at a small bird, broken winged, on its back, a loose feather caught in the cat's fore paw, details delicately rendered, the birds eyes inlaid, signed Chokusai 4 cm. long

Ivory netsuke - Depicting a cat looking over its back to a bird, broken winged, a loose feather caught in the cats forepaw, birds eyes inlaid.

Netsuke: Japanese Art in Miniature

Octopus netsuke: Japanese Art in Miniature

This is a who knows?  Tsukamoto Kyokusai (Japan, died N/A)   Cherry Blossom and Bud, late 19th-early 20th century  Netsuke, Ivory with light staining

象牙 Tsukamoto Kyokusai (Japan, died Cherry Blossom and Bud, late century Netsuke, Ivory with light staining

1900 Japanese Lacquered Box with a hydrangea flower made with pearl shell. ( wood, inlaid with pearl shell, and with takamaki-e, togidashi maki-e, and nashiji lacquer decoration)

Decorative Boxes : 1900 Japanese Lacquered Box with a hydrangea flower made with pearl shell. ( wood, inlaid with pearl shell, and with takamaki-e, togidashi maki-e, and nashiji lacquer decoration) -Read More – -

Netsuke: Autumn grasses with praying mantis, 18th century, Attributed to Ryûsa, Japanese, Carved ivory

Netsuke: Autumn grasses with praying mantis, century, Japan Attributed to the artist Ryûsa Carved ivory; 2 in. cm) Gift of Mrs. Russell Sage, 1910 Source: Metropolitan Museum of Art

[Carved wood netsuke in the form of a cicada, late 19th century, Japan (Via Vicky Nieto - "JAPANESE Inro, Ojime, Netsuke" board)] http://www.pinterest.com/vickyn27/japanese-inro-ojime-netsuke/

Insects-Carved wood netsuke in the form of a cicada, late century, Japan. V Museum (Salting Bequest)

Antique JAPANESE Ox Bone Fine Hand Carved Netsuke Double Fish Pisces Carp

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A Japanese carved boxwood group of turtles (Japan)...when Yertle the turtle, the king of them all, decided the kingdom he ruled was too small.

A Japanese carved boxwood group of turtles (Japan) stack- great idea for turtle lesson

Two dragons round a jewel. Japanese netsuke, made of ivory, by Seikanshi 静観子, 19thC

Two dragons round a jewel. Japanese netsuke, made of ivory, by Seikanshi 静観子,

Netsuke in the form of an aubergine. 19th century, Jōshin, wood, covered in red and black lacquer, Ashmolean Museum.

prior pin: Netsuke in the form of an aubergine. century, Jōshin, wood, covered in red and black lacquer, Ashmolean Museum.

Netsuke, late 19th-early 20th century

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Carved ivory netsuke in the shape of a bell, symbolising the pure sound of the doctrine of perfect  wisdom.

Carved ivory netsuke in the shape of a bell, symbolising the pure sound of the doctrine of perfect wisdom, Japan

Side view of antique Japanese Netsuke of a chrysanthemum flower.  (A carved…

Side view of an antique carvd ivory Japanese netsuke of a chrysanthemum flower.

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