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Wonderful Japanese Ivory Melon  inlaid with Shibayama decoration of insects, with iron red four character mark to base, h 8.5cm

Wonderful Japanese Ivory Melon inlaid with Shibayama decoration of insects, with iron red four character mark to base, h

Wood Netsuke Carved as a Lotus Pod  A Nagoya School wooden netsuke carved and patinated to form a lotus pod with moveable seeds. Netsuke artists were great observers of nature in all its forms. This netsuke was carved with great care, as seen in the water droplets along the stem and veining with stippled details on the exterior. Excellent condition with no damage or restoration. Meiji Period, Japan

Wood Netsuke Carved as a Lotus Pod A Nagoya School wooden netsuke carved and…

susan wraight netsuke | Here a Hare, There a Hare | Lesley Kehoe Galleries - Japanese Art ...

The survival of the Ephrussi netsuke collection as the leitmotif of one man’s discovery and retelling of his family history has captivated millions. Edmund de Vaal’s ‘The Hare with Amber Eyes’ has rekindled interest in the Japanese netsuke

"Tsukiusagi" Rabbit and moon

Hare with Pestle and Globe Netsuke (lacquered ivory)

Japanese carved wood netsuke. Depicting rat on a mushroom. Height 3 cm

Wood Netsuke - Rat on a Mushroom

Water Chestnut: Asian Art Museum San Francisco

Japanese netsuke (Water Chestnut) from the Asian Art Museum, San Francisco

Netsuke of rat entering bag. Unknown artist, Japanese. early 19th century. Wood Japanese / Japan Antiques : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Netsuke of rat entering bag.

Netsuke of Monkey with a Chestnut, 19th century

Netsuke of Monkey with a Chestnut Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Ivory Classification: Netsuke Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Russell Sage, 1910 Accession Number: This artwork is not on display

Mitani Goho (style of) (Japan)   Lizard on Chestnut, late 18th-early 19th century  Netsuke, Wood with inlays. LACMA

Mitani Goho (style of) (Japan) Lizard on Chestnut, late century Netsuke, Wood with inlays.

Ikkan (Japan, Nagoya, 1817 - 1893)   Goat, mid- to late 19th century  Netsuke, Wood with double inlays. LACMA

Ikkan (Japan, Nagoya, 1817 - Goat, mid- to late century Netsuke, Wood with double inlays.

pelican  holly and amber  4.4cm  year carved: 1998

pelican and octopus netsuke~holly and amber year carved: 1998

aleyma:  “Shigemasa, Netsuke with snail on a well bucket, early 19th century (source).  ”

Shigemasa (Japan, Tokyo, 1739 - Snail on Well Bucket, early century Netsuke, Wood with staining

Tadatoshi, Snail netsuke, late 18th-early 19th century

Tadatoshi I Snail netsuke I Late - Early century

Unusual antique lacquered walnut polished form with design of a spider and flies, signed Jo-O or Tsune-O, with Kakihan (section of spider lacquer missing), late Century

Walnut Netsuke - Late 19th Century
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