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From a Set of Four Japanese Netsuke: wonderfully carved in the form of young children crouched under wheat stacks peering outward, accented in black, (4) (Collection of Executive Chef Cropp) -- http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/20702116_wonderful-set-of-four-japanese-netsuke
Japanese Netsuke #craft #japan
Japan Netsuke, Figures Animal, Rats Mic, Japanese Netsuke, Carvings, Rats Netsuke, Japanese Inro, Mice Mice Mic, Netsuke Okimono Shibayama
Electronics, Cars, Fashion, Collectibles, Coupons and More | eBay
Inlaid Eye, Carvings Japanese, Hands Carvings, Mouse Netsuke, Japanese Ivory, Antiques Hands, Eye Antiques, 122 1 Jpg 1270 1440, Netsuke Okimono
Netsuke rat w inlaid eye antique hand carved japanese ivory
Carved wood netsuke in the form of a cicada, late 19th century, Japan
Japanese Art, Carvings Wood, Late 19Th, V A Museums, Museums Salts, 19Th Century, Wood Netsuke, Salts Bequest, Carved Wood
Carved wood netsuke in the form of a cicada, late 19th century, Japan. V&A Museum (Salting Bequest)
An Ivory Netsuke. 19th Century.… - Asian and Applied Arts - Webb's - Antiques Reporter
Folk Art, Favorite Inro, Antiques Inro, 19Th Century, Eastern Treasure, Ivory Netsuke, Netsuke Inro Ojime Pouch, Apply Art, Antiques Reports
Japanese scarab netsuke. I think it's cute!
Ladybird Netsuke, Japanischer Netsuke, Japanese Netsuke, Beetles Netsuke, Japanese Ivory, Ladybugs, Ivory Netsuke, Geschnitzt Figures, Japanese Scarab
Japanese scarab netsuke. Potential "ladybug" pattern?
Japanese Ivory Netsuke of Scarab by Kangyoku
Japanisches Netsuke (geschnitzte Figur)
Japanese Antiques from The Zentner Collection of Asian Art
Japan Cat, 20th century Netsuke, Corozo nut, ivory; manju type. LACMA
Cat Art, Century Netsuke, Cat Netsuke, Cat Buttons, Manju Types, Corozo Nut, 20Th Century, Japan Cat, Netsuke Cat
Japan, Cat Netsuke, 20th century. Corozo nut, ivory; manju type
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JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE - Katabori ivory netsuke of crane on an overturned basket fighting a snake
Netsuke Art Collection, Katabori Ivory, Baskets Fight, Japanese Ivory, Ivory Netsuke, Gallery Auction, Antiques Malls, Auction House, Netsuke Inro Ivory
Pacific Galleries Auction House and Antique Mall, Seattle Washington
Bonnie Mullinax, Armadillo Art, Art Carvings, Fantastic Boxes, Ivory, Armadillo Netsuke, Animal Boxes Art Carved, Carved Animals, Adam Binder
Bonnie Mullinax: Netsuke/Ivory------lots of great fantastic boxes
armadillo, Adam Binder, contemporary
A Japanese Ivory Panther Netsuke, Edo Period, the recumbent figure of a panther with finely incised fur, with hairline cracks, appx. 1 3/4 in. W.Similar Netsuke sold at Christie's - London, May 16, 2012, for 3,500 British Pounds.
Netsuke, Fine Incision, British Pound, Incision Fur, Edo Periodic, Ivory, 3 500 British, Hairline Crack, Cat Sculpture
A Japanese Ivory Panther Netsuke, Edo Period
TAGUA NUT NETSUKE — SQUID & TAI-FISH. By Sergey Osipov. Inshore Squid (Sepioteuthis lessoniana) eye inlaid with mother-of pearl from black-lip pearl oyster (Pinctada margaritifera). Fish eye from amber. Natural himatoshi created by squid legs. Signature engraved in an amber reserve. You can observe the carving process for this figurine.
SQUID & TAI-FISH TAGUA NUT NETSUKE — by Sergey Osipov. Inshore Squid (Sepioteuthis lessoniana) eye inlaid with mother-of pearl from black-lip pearl oyster (Pinctada margaritifera). Fish eye from amber. Natural himatoshi created by squid legs. Signature engraved in an amber reserve. You can observe the carving process for this figurine.
Netsuke- Cuttlefish- Sergei Osipov.
Squid and Tai-fish netsuke. Netsuke by Sergey Osipov.
Lot 199: IVORY NETSUKE Depicting a shakuhachi flute player with a basketry mask. Signed. - Eldred's | Invaluable
Lot 199, Flute Players, Basketry Masks, Netsuke Shakuhashi Flute, Ivory Netsuke, Late Meiji, Ivory Man, Meiji Periodic, Mary Brown
IVORY NETSUKE Late Meiji Period Depicting a shakuhachi flute player with a basketry mask. Signed
Running Rabbit Netsuke
Rabbit Netsuke, Wood Art, Art Crafts, Janel Jacobson, 2012 Wood, Artists 2012, Philadelphia Museums, Wood Carvings, Wood Crafts
Wood :: Craft Show Artists 2012 :: Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show
2012 Wood by Janel N. Jacobson
#460 Running Rabbit Netsuke Material: Mountain Mahogany African Blackwood Dimensions: 4.3 x 2.5 x 3.5 cm by Janel Jacobson
IVORY NETSUKE Depicting a man seated in a large straw hat.
Japanese Netsuke, Netsuke Ivory, Ivory Netsuke, Netsuke Depicting, Man Seats, Netsuke 根付け, Netsuke Okimono Shibayama, Large Straws, Netsuke Inro Ivory
Netsuke IVORY NETSUKE Depicting a man seated in a large basket
Lot 215: IVORY NETSUKE Depicting a man seated in a large straw hat. - Eldred's | Invaluable
Ivory Netsuke of a Kneeling Woman with a Drum. Signed by the Artist
Art Japanese, Japanese Art, Carvings Ivory, Japanese Netsuke, Japanese Carvings, Carina Cases, Asian Art, Netsuke Inro Ivory, Cases Japanese
Carina Case Japanese Carved Ivory Netsuke of a Kneeling Woman with a Drum. Signed by the Artist
Oriental%20Export%20Porcelain | O'Malley Antiques
Antique Japanese Carved Ivory Netsuke of Happy Man Signed Shofo
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Antique Japanese Netsuke Happy Man Opening Charm Box Netsuke Signature: Shofu. Circa: 1920S'
Antique Japanese Carved Netsuke of Happy Man Signed Shofo
Netsuke, 18th century, Japan
Unknown Products, Figures Netsuke, European Dresses, 16Th Century, Carvings Ivory, Late 17Th, 18Th Century, Westerns Features, Japanese Figures
Netsuke Place of origin: Japan (made) Date: 18th century (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Carved ivory, with staining and inlay Credit Line: Salting Bequest Museum number: A.862-1910
Netsuke, 18th century (made), Carved ivory, with staining and inlay, in the form of a figure in European dress.By 1641, however, all Europeans had been expelled from Japan. The only exception was the Dutch, who were allowed to trade from the island of Dejima. The fascination with Europeans nevertheless continued, manifesting itself in the carving of figural netsuke with Western features during the late 17th and 18th centuries.
The fascination with Europeans manifested itself in the carving of figural netsuke with Western features during the late 17th and 18th centuries. These often presented a fusion of the many outside influences in Japan from the 16th century onwards, resulting in rather inaccurate depictions of foreigners. This particular netsuke of a Chinese or Japanese figure in contemporary European dress is a typical example.
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