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Medallion with Return from a Spring Outing, Ming dynasty late century China Ivory Diam. cm) Purchase, Friends of Asian Art Gifts, 1993 Ivory.

Kagami netsuke with design of peacock and peonies. Japanese Edo period–Meiji era. mid to late 19th century (before 1889). Toyokawa Mitsunaga II (Japanese, 1831–1880)

Kagami netsuke with design of peacock and peonies. mid to late century (before Toyokawa Mitsunaga II (Japanese,

Ryusa Netsuke

Wisteria and Peony - Signed KAJIKAWA - Lacquered wood - Manju Netsuke, Ryusa Netsuke and Kagamibuta Netsuke are all antique round-shaped Japanese sculptures from different materials by carvers Kokusai, Kaigyokusai & Tomochika to name a few.

.Netsuke (manju). Dragon in clouds. Made of ivory. Made by: Hakuman - Japan

Dragon in clouds. Made of ivory. Producer nameMade by: Hakuman biography Production placeMade in: Japan Asia,Japan) Materials:ivory DimensionsDiameter: metres

An Ivory Manju Netsuke | SIGNED HAKUHO, EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY) | Japanese Art Auction | mythological, netsuke | Christie's

An Ivory Manju Netsuke Signed Hakuho, Edo Period century) Boldly carved with two dragons, eyes inlaid in cowhorn, silvered cord attachment diam.

Manjū netsuke depicting Takatsuna and Kagesue crossing the Uji River.  Ashmolean Museum.

Manjū netsuke depicting Takatsuna and Kagesue crossing the Uji River.

This netsuke depicts a crayfish in gold among other fish and shells in a basket…

This netsuke depicts a crayfish in gold among other fish and shells in a basket. Carved vrom ivory and set with gold.

Netsuke Inro - manju- unsigned (ryusa-style, ivory with metal octopus)

intricately carved Octopus Netsuke (manju- unsigned, ryusa-style, ivory with metal octopus)

Ryuko (Japan)   Confronting Dragons, mid-19th century  Netsuke, Ivory with staining, sumi; ryusa type. LACMA

Ryuko (Japan) Confronting Dragons, century Netsuke, ivory with staining, sumi;

Manjū netsuke depicting Tamamo no Mae, with Nasu Moor on the reverse.  Ashmolean Museum.

Manjū netsuke depicting Tamamo no Mae, with Nasu Moor on the reversefront.

Manjū netsuke depicting Kintarō wrestling with a snakefront - The nobleman Yasumasa is unaware that the villainous Hakadamare has crept up behind him to rob him. Hakadamare was overcome by the beauty of the flute music in the moonlight and desisted from the deed. Yasumasa rewarded him handsomely. - mid-19th century. Artist/Maker: Hōryūsai Meijitsu (active mid-19th century)

Manjū netsuke depicting Kintarō wrestling with a snakefront - The nobleman…

virtuales artefactos: “Netsuke, Japón Insectos en medio de otoño flores y hierbas mediados y finales del siglo 19, con la tinción de Marfil, sumi; Tipo ryusa, 13/16 x 1 1/8 pulg. (2,0 x 2,8 cm) Raymond y Frances Bushell Collection (AC1998.249.301ab) arte japonés ...

virtual-artifacts: Netsuke, Japan Insects amid Autumn Flowers and Grasses mid- to late century, Ivory with staining, sumi; ryusa type, x 1 in. x cm) Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection Japanese Art Department.

Netsuke Depicting Hotei with his Sack of Never-Ending Riches and a Chinese Child ~ Ivory ~ Japan Signature: Hidemasa ~  Edo Period, 18th century

Netsuke Depicting Hotei with his Sack of Never-Ending Riches and a Chinese Child ~ Ivory ~ Japan Signature: Hidemasa ~ Edo Period, century by aline

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