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An ivory netsuke of Ono no Komachi Edo period (1615-1868), late 18th/early 19th century

An ivory netsuke of Ono no Komachi Edo period late century

Inrô with Sparrows in Snow-covered Nandina  Hara Yôyûsai  (Japanese, 1772–1845)  Artist: After a design by Sakai Hôitsu (Japanese, 1761–1828) Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: early 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquer with gold and silver makie, coral, and applied stained ivory Ojime: bead with stylized medallions; green stone with gold makie lacquer Netsuke: round box with iris design

Inrô with Sparrows in Snow-covered Nandina Hara Yôyûsai (Japanese, Artist: After a design by Sakai Hôitsu (Japanese, Period: Edo period Date: early century Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquer with gold and silver makie

Kajikawa School (active 17th to 19th centuries). Early 19th century. Inrō: lacquer with mother-of-pearl and coral inlays; Ojime: amber; Netsuke: ivory with lacquer. Inro: 3 1/2 x 1 3/4 in. (8.9 x 4.5 cm). Gift of Miss Bella Mabury (M.39.2.306).

Kajikawa School (active to centuries). Inrō: lacquer with mother-of-pearl and coral inlays; Netsuke: ivory with lacquer. Inro: 3 x 1 in. Gift of Miss Bella Mabury

Dutchman with Deer Carcass | LACMA Collections

Japan Dutchman with Deer Carcass, century Netsuke, Ivory with staining, sumi

Three-case inro with design of crows and trees by moonlight  Japanese, Edo Period, Early 19th century, MFA

Three-case inro with design of crows and trees by moonlight, by IIZUKA School, Edo period, Early century, Gold lacquer ground; decoration in gold and silver togidashi-e.

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Okatomo - Two Quail and Chick on Millet Netsuke - Edo Period

Four-case inro with sealife design  Japanese, Edo Period, Early 19th century  By Koma Kansai II, Japanese, 1767–1835  By Shibyama Soichi, Japanese

Four-case inro with sealife design Japanese Edo period Early century Koma Kansai II (Japanese, Shibyama Soichi (Japanese)

A FIVE-CASE LACQUER INRO SIGNED KAJIKAWA SAKU AND WITH RED POT SEAL EDO PERIOD (EARLY 19TH CENTURY)(REAR VIEW)

A five-case lacquer inro signed Kajikawa Saku and with red pot seal Edo Period (Early Century (rear view).

Smiling Netsuke Japanese Antique Ivory Mask This charming Netsuke mask was hand-crafted of antique ivory and evinces exquisite craftsmanship. Depicting exquisite detail, the mask is of a light-hearted nature.  Created in Japan, Netsuke (Japanese: 根付) are miniature sculptures that were originally hand-crafted during  the17th-century, during the Edo period.  In Japanese, mennetsuke, means “mask netsuke.” Meticulously hand-sculpted, [...]  $550.00

Smiling Netsuke Japanese Antique Ivory Mask This charming Netsuke mask was…

Early 20th Century Carved Ivory Netsuke Geisha Signed Gyokuho

Early Century Carved Ivory Netsuke Geisha performing a dance.

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