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IVORY NETSUKE Late 19th Century  By Shogetsu. In the form of a wheelwright working on a cart wheel. Signed.

IVORY NETSUKE Late Century By Shogetsu. In the form of a wheelwright working on a cart wheel.

Polychrome carved ivory netsuke in the form of a sleeping child with a puppy lying on his back, Japan

Netsuke at Auction - Asian Art at Eldred's Auction House

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Katabori Haruko , she was carved from a walrus tusk, her hair and make-up wired on in rose-urushi lacquer. The pattern on her kimono was done with a burning needle and walnut ink, three petals were carved from pink coral. By Natasha Popova 2008

A Japanese ivory netsuke. Finely carved with scrimshaw depicting an elder man holding a large mask of Okame over a boy. Signed on the side.

A Japanese ivory netsuke. Finely carved with scrimshaw depicting an elder man holding a large mask of Okame over a boy.

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Ivory is a terrible, cruel industry. Lot IVORY NETSUKE Depicting a man seated in a large straw hat.

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Antique Japanese Ivory Netsuke ~ Shishimai Acrobat, early H:

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.

Ono Ryomin (Japan)   Kosekiko and Choryo, late 19th century  Netsuke, Ivory with staining, sumi, inlays

Ono Ryomin (Japan) Kosekiko and Choryo, late century Netsuke, Ivory with staining, sumi, inlays - Amazing complexity!

A most engaging and well detailed ivory netsuke of Shojo (saké god) and minogamé (sacred tortoise) engaged in a playful tug of war over an upturned saké bowl having obviously initiated their sporting humor, having finished its content. Signed Shomin. Circa 1860. Length: 3.6 cm

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

Side view of antique Japanese Netsuke of a chrysanthemum flower.  (A carved…

Side view of an antique carvd ivory Japanese netsuke of a chrysanthemum flower.

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