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Antiques, Regional Art, Asian, Japanese, Netsuke and Related | Trocadero

Antiques, Regional Art, Asian, Japanese, Netsuke and Related | Trocadero

Oleg Doroshenko - Hamster with a nut

Oleg Doroshenko - Hamster with a nut

Bats  ^..^ ^..^

Bats ^..^ ^..^

Whale netsuke

Whale netsuke

This is the intended use of the Netsukes.  To hold a purse at the waist.  They became an art form as does so much in Japanese life.  They have been desired as collections and as jewels in single possessions.

This is the intended use of the Netsukes. To hold a purse at the waist. They became an art form as does so much in Japanese life. They have been desired as collections and as jewels in single possessions.

Птенец на груше Bird Netsuke

Птенец на груше Bird Netsuke

Netsuke. Ivory and Horn. Japan, approx. 1975 HEIGHT 3,2 CM The work of a modern master born 1931 in Tokyo. According to legend, the rabbit turns snow white after 1000 years of age. The eyes are two-colored inlaid horn and very lively in expression. Himotoshi on bottom and signature BAI-SHODO YASU-FUSA on legs. The name Baishodo comes from the studio, the artist´s real name is Saito Yasufusa. From a private German collection

Netsuke. Ivory and Horn. Japan, approx. 1975 HEIGHT 3,2 CM The work of a modern master born 1931 in Tokyo. According to legend, the rabbit turns snow white after 1000 years of age. The eyes are two-colored inlaid horn and very lively in expression. Himotoshi on bottom and signature BAI-SHODO YASU-FUSA on legs. The name Baishodo comes from the studio, the artist´s real name is Saito Yasufusa. From a private German collection

Netsuke (no date, material, source, etc) depicting carp swimming upward among the reeds

Netsuke (no date, material, source, etc) depicting carp swimming upward among the reeds

[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/

[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/

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

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

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