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A most engaging and well detailed ivory netsuke of Shojo (saké god) and minogamé…

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Fine Japanese Carved Ivory Netsuke Figure: Two Frogs

Fine Japanese Carved Ivory Netsuke Figure: Two Frogs

An image of Netsuke in the form of a child with a tortoise and a cat by SEIKO

Cats in Art and Sculpture: Ivory Netsuke in the form of a child with a tortoise and a cat by SEIKO

An antique Japanese carved ivory netsuke of a boat with eight men and a monkey

An antique Japanese carved ivory netsuke of a boat with eight men and a monkey at Kevin Page Oriental Art Ltd, in London, .

Mammoth Ivory Netsuke - Twin Chinese Lion

Mammoth Ivory Netsuke – Twin Chinese Lion

Buy now this twin Chinese lion mammoth netsuke ivory of temple lions arrives with authentication of certificate and free delivery all over the world.

Japanese Zoge Ivory Mammoth Luck Zodiac Three Monkeys Okimono Netsuke

Japanese Zoge Ivory Mammoth Luck Zodiac Three Monkeys Okimono Netsuke

A very impressive ivory netsuke of Fukurokuju with two karako, by Masatsugu. Early 19th century. Seated in a relaxed pose with one karako sitting on his shoulder, the other on his leg, both displaying a scroll with the two characters "fuku" (good luck) and "ju" (long life). The hair tufts of the children of black horn. Signed Masatsugu.

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Signed Komei (Ishikawa Komei of Tokyo, Meiji Period (Late Century) Katabori, ivory.

IVORY NETSUKE Meiji Period Depicting a Sambaso dancer in a crane-decorated costume. Signed “Masatsugu”.

gardenofthefareast: IVORY NETSUKE Meiji Period Depicting a Sambaso dancer in a crane-decorated costume.

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