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Masatoshi (Nakamura Tokisada) (Japan, Tokyo, 1915 - 2001-01-30)   Cormorant and Young, November 1960  Netsuke, Ebony,

Masatoshi (Nakamura Tokisada) (Japan, Tokyo, 1915 - Cormorant and Young, November 1960 Netsuke, Ebony

Dragon Guarding the Jewel of the Buddha  Mitsukiyo (Japan, active 19th century)  Japan, 19th century  Costumes; Accessories  Iron, gilt, diamond  1 x 1 1/16 x 3/8 in. (2.6 x 2.7 x 1.0 cm)

Mitsukiyo (Japan) Dragon Guarding the Jewel of the Buddha, century Netsuke, Iron, gilt, diamond

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A Japanese ivory netsuke Edo period In the shape of a monkey eating fruit. H 2.5 cm (1.5'')

A Japanese ivory netsuke Edo period In the shape of a monkey eating fruit.

Tadamori and the Oil Thief Netsuke ~ Chingendō Hidemasa (Japan, active early 19th century) ~ Ivory with staining, sumi, inlays

Tadamori and the Oil Thief Netsuke ~ Chingendō Hidemasa (Japan, active early century) ~ Ivory with staining, sumi, inlays

An ivory Netsuke of a Shishi, Signed Masayume, late 19th Century well detailed, it sits on its haunches, its head turned towards the right with an expression of happy anticipation, eyes inlaid -- 2 3/8in. (6cm.) high

An ivory Netsuke of a Shishi, Signed Masayume, late Century

Rabbit and Monkey | LACMA Collections

Naito Toyomasa (Japan, 1773 - Rabbit and Monkey, first half of century Netsuke, Wood with inlays.

An Ivory Netsuke  Signed Okatomo, Edo Period (late 18th century)  Of a puppy with an awabi shell, Kyoto School

An Ivory Netsuke Signed Okatomo, Edo Period (late century) Of a puppy with an awabi shell, Kyoto School

Lot:CARVED IVORY NETSUKE: Dragon & Snake, Lot Number:10, Starting Bid:$900, Auctioneer:I.M. Chait Gallery/Auctioneers, Auction:CARVED IVORY NETSUKE: Dragon & Snake, Date:11:00 AM PT - Nov 24th, 2013

CARVED IVORY NETSUKE: Dragon & Snake Very finely carved and realistically, detailed ivory netsuke; of a dragon and snake coiled together: ea.

Netsuke in the shape of a snarling tiger. Early 19th century, Japan, by artist Chingendo Hidemasa. Ivory with staining, sumi e, inlays.  LACMA (Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection

Chingendo Hidemasa (Japan) Snarling Tiger, early century Netsuke, Ivory with staining, sumi, inlays

Mammoth Ivory Netsuke - The Eye of the Tiger

Mammoth Ivory Netsuke – The Eye of the Tiger

Mammoth Ivory Netsuke - The Eye of the Tiger Sher Paka

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