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Japanese netsuke and inro and okimono


Japanese netsuke and inro and okimono

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Ivory Ojime.

Horse in stable. Japanese netsuke, made of ivory, by Kaigyokudo

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Shibata Zeshin 柴田是真 (1807-1891), Tonkotsu (container for food scraps) with design of waves and plovers 波千鳥図蒔絵頓骨, Meiji era (1868-1912), circa 1870-1890

Netsuke of Fukurokujo by Tomomitsu

Antique Ivory Netsuke of Fukurokujo by Tomomitsu

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Netsuke from the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco

Netsuke from the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco

Sotheby's Netsuke rat and napping cat

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IVORY NETSUKE Depicting a Sambaso dancer in a crane-decorated costume. Signed "Masatsugu". |

IVORY NETSUKE Depicting a Sambaso dancer in a cran - by Eldred's

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Japanese netsuke

Netsuke (kagamibuta). Hotei in a boat at night. Made of silvered copper, engraved and inlaid with silver. Signature and mark. Made by Tenmin

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Monkey in Clam Netsuke

JAPANESE OKIMONO | Japanese ivory okimono of a girl holding a scoop Meiji period ...

JAPANESE OKIMONO | Japanese ivory okimono of a lantern Salesman Meiji period… - Okimono ...

19th Century Japanese Ivory Okimono of Happy Buddha with Boy

19th Century Japanese Ivory Okimono of Happy Buddha

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Signed Japanese Carved Ivory Netsuke - Kappa & Lilypad

Signed Japanese Carved Ivory Netsuke - Kappa & Lilypad : Lot 238

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Japanese Netsuke Japanese Ivory carving of an old Samurai

Netsuke and Inrô

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Netsuke- The Collector

Carp Netsuke

Shomosai (Japan) Fox, early 19th century Netsuke, Wood with silver lacquer

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Three-case inro with design of crows and trees by moonlight, by IIZUKA School, Edo period, Early 19th century, Gold lacquer ground; decoration in gold and silver togidashi-e, 7.7 x 7.7 x 1.8 cm © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston #Inro, #Urushi, #Laque, #Japon, #Lacquer, #Japan

Blowfish, 18th century, Japan.  Artist Masaboa.  Netsuke with staining, sumi and inlays.  LACMA

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Whale Tooth Netsuke of a Kingfisher, Japan mid 19th century. Signed Kaigyoku Masatsugu