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An ivory netsuke. 19th century, signed Koichi. A very finely carved and good small Noh mask of the female demon Hannya. Carved horns and grimacing open mouth with fangs. Has an attached silk cord, signed Koichi. Old English collection. Length 3.3 cm

An ivory netsuke. A very finely carved and good small Noh mask of the female demon Hannya. Carved horns and grimacing open mouth with fangs. Has an attached silk cord, signed Koichi. Old English collection.

Noh Mask Japanese KO Omote Hannya Okina Nogaku New | eBay

Noh Mask Japanese Ko-omote Hannya Okina Nogaku New

Noh Mask Japanese KO Omote Hannya Okina Nogaku New | eBay

EARLY 20TH CENTURY NOH MASK NETSUKE SIGNED KOETSU

Early 20th century noh mask netsuke signed koetsu

Noh mascara de macaco

Japanese Monkey Noh Theatre Mask Saru Showa Period, Register to bid…

Vintage Japanese Porcelain Hand Painted Noh Mask (Okame Mask?)/Signed

Vintage Japanese Porcelain Hand Painted Noh Mask (Okame Mask?)/Signed

Japanese Porcelain, Turning Japanese, Small Stuff, Japanese Design, Theater, Tattoo Ideas, Hand Painted, Teatro, Japan Design

Very RARE! Japanese ROJIN SENNIN Scholar Buddha God Folk Noh Mask

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Very RARE! Japanese ROJIN SENNIN Scholar Buddha God Folk Noh Mask

NETSUKE.....MANJU......PARTAGE OF JOHN BICCARD......

Netsuke themselves are collected for their sculptural nature and ingenious miniature designs.Function (slide for rope on waist of robe-basically stated!) provided the stage upon which Japanese artists could perform their magic.

Okame mask

We are showing traditional Japanese Noh Masks (Noumen), Devil (Oni) Masks, Kyogen Masks.

Japanese ceramic Okame mask. Okame , also known as Uzume or Otafuku is the name for the female half* of a traditional Japanese Kyogen theatre pair (see below to learn more about Kyogen ). She is considered to be the goddess of mirth and is frequently seen in Japanese art. Her full cheeks and merry eyes are an unforgettable sight and a delight to behold.

Okame , also known as Uzume or Otafuku is the name for the female half* of a traditional Japanese Kyogen theatre pair. She is considered to be the goddess of mirth and is frequently seen in Japanese art

Japanese Traditional Kagura Mask Demon HYOTOKO Samurai Noh Kabuki Bugaku Kyogen

Japanese Traditional Kagura Mask Demon HYOTOKO Samurai Noh Kabuki Bugaku Kyogen

Mascara, Japan Art, Samurai, Demons, Teatro, Masks, Mascaras, Japanese Art

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