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Fine And Unusual Japanese Ivory Netsuke Wolf And Skull

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狼牙彫根付 Wolf Artist: Tomotada (Japanese, active late 18th–early 19th century) Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: late 18th–early 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Carved ivory

Wolf Artist: Tomotada (Japanese, active late century) Period: Edo period Date: late century Culture: Japan Medium: Carved ivory Classification: Netsuke

A rare netsuke of a dog playing, in ivory attributed to Okatomo, Japon, Kyoto. XVIII<sup>E</sup> siècle | Lot | Sotheby's

A rare netsuke of a dog playing, in ivory attributed to Okatomo, Japon, Kyoto. XVIII<sup>E</sup> siècle

Christie's London: An Important European Collection of Netsuke

Netsuke of an eagle grasping a hare in its talons unsigned (probably Kyoto) Japanese, Edo period (late century) Stained ivory with horn and shell Edo Period (Late century)

Antique Ivory Netsuke of Songoku the Monkey King on his travels to India to retrive some Sutras on Budha's behalf (in his right hand?). He is in a Budhist Robe and carries his Magical Staff. He is very wise and has great intelligence and cunning. Signed. Now in my collection.

Antique Ivory Netsuke of Songoku the Monkey King on his travels to India to retrive some Sutras on Budha's behalf (in his right hand? He is in a Budhist Robe and carries his Magical Staff. He is very wise and has great intelligence and cunning.

Gama Sennin seated on a giant toad. Japanese netsuke, Ivory, the toads eyes inlaid with ebony, made by Masakazu 正一, 19thC

Gama Sennin seated on a giant toad. Japanese netsuke, Ivory, the toads eyes inlaid with ebony, made by Masakazu 正一,

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

An ivory netsuke of a hare and two leverets School of Tomotada, Attributed to Tomotada, Kyoto

An ivory netsuke of a hare and two leverets Attributed to Tomotada, Kyoto, late century

Ivory Netsuke, Japan, 19th century, carved in the shape of Shoki the Demon Queller, signed on back, lg. 2 1/2 in.

Ivory Netsuke, Japan, century, carved in the shape of Shoki the Demon…

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