- 463 Pins
Dragon Dreams, Ivory Dragon, Dragon Netsuk, Dragon Collection, Heavens Dragon, Small Dragon, Dragon Destiny'S, Dragon Dennings, Twilight Dragon
mammoth ivory dragon netsuke carving
Netsuk Crafts, Crafts Japan, Executive Chef, Chef Cropp, Japanese Netsuk, Japan Art, Japan Netsuk, Japan Japan, Atri Zone
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
Netsuk Figures, Japan Inro, Rats Netsuke I, Mice Mice Mic, Netsuk Inro, Rats Mice, Netsuke Okimono Shibayama, Ela S Netsuke, Japan Netsuk
Electronics, Cars, Fashion, Collectibles, Coupons and More | eBay
Netsukes, Inlaid Eye, Eye Antiques
Netsuke rat w inlaid eye antique hand carved japanese ivory
Carved wood netsuke in the form of a cicada, late 19th century, Japan
Carvings Wood, Late 19Th, V A Museums, Wood Netsuk, Museums Salts, 19Th Century, Salts Bequest, Carved Wood, Cicada
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
Antique Inro, Antiques Inro, Antiques Reports
Japanese scarab netsuke. I think it's cute!
Japanese Netsuke, Japanisches Netsuke, Beetle Netsuke, Netsuke Inro Ojime Pouch, Inro Netsuke Ojime Ivory, Inro Netsuke Earthenware Misc, Netsuke Ivory Scrimshaw, Netsuke Geschnitzte, Netsuke Art
Japanisches Netsuke (geschnitzte Figur)
Scarab beetle netsuke
Japanese Antiques from The Zentner Collection of Asian Art
Japan Cat, 20th century Netsuke, Corozo nut, ivory; manju type. LACMA
Cat Art, Cats, 3 D Cat, Cat Buttons, Cat Japan, 20Th Century, Japan Cat, Cat Netsuk, Century Costumes
Japan Cat, netsuke, 20th century, Corozo nut, ivory; manju type.
Cat Japan, 20th century Costumes; Accessories Corozo nut, ivory; manjū type 2 1/16 x 1 7/8 x 13/16 in. (5.2 x 4.7 x 2.0 cm) Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection (AC1998.249.221) Japanese Art | LACMA Collections
Page not found | LACMA Collections
Carvings Armadillo, Baby Dilo, Netsuk Armadillo, Netske, Armadillo Ball, Armadillo Netsuk
Netsuke armadillo in a ball
Carved armadillo ball.
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.
Incis Fur, Panthers Netsuk, Ivory Panthers, British Pound, Cat Sculptures, Japanese Ivory, Netsuk Inro, 3 500 British, Carvings Ivory Netsuk
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.
Fish Eye, Eye Inlaid
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.
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
Netsuk Shakuhashi Flutes, Flutes Players, Netsuk Depict, Ivory Netsuk, Netsukes Inro, Netsuke Shakuhashi Flutes, Shakuhachi Flutes, Netsuke Carvings, Netsuke A Go Go
IVORY NETSUKE Depicting a shakuhachi flute player with a basketry mask. Signed.
Running Rabbit Netsuke
Wood Art, Art Crafts, Africans Blackwood, Wood Netsuk, Janel Jacobson, Woodcarving Rabbit, Philadelphia Museums, Wood Carvings, Rabbit Netsuk
running rabbit (wood netsuke)
#460 Running Rabbit Netsuke Material: Mountain Mahogany African Blackwood Dimensions: 4.3 x 2.5 x 3.5 cm by Janel Jacobson
Janel N. Jacobson | Philadelphia Museum of Art & Craft Show| Wood Art
Wood by Janel N. Jacobson | 2012 Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show
IVORY NETSUKE Depicting a man seated in a large straw hat.
Japanese Netsuk, Netsuk Depict, Netsuk Okimono Shibayama, Netsuk Inrō Carvings, Ivory Netsuk, Japan Art, Netsuk Inro Ivory, Netsuk Ivory, Japan Netsuk
Netsuke IVORY NETSUKE Depicting a man seated in a large basket
IVORY NETSUKE Depicting a man seated in a large straw hat.
Ivory Netsuke of a Kneeling Woman with a Drum. Signed by the Artist
Artists, Carvings Netsuk, Kneel Woman, Carvings Ivory, Ivory Carvings, Art Netsuk, Ivory Netsuke Wood, Drums, Netsuke Inro Ivory
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
Netsuke Art Collection, Japanese Netsuke, Antiques Japan, Art Netsuk, Ivory Netsuk, Netsuk Inro Ivory, Charms Boxes, Japan Netsuk, Boxes Netsuk
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
European Dresses, 16Th Century, Carvings Ivory, Late 17Th, Amber Eye, 18Th Century, Netsuke 根付け, Figures Netsuk, Japan Figures
Netsuke, 18th century, Japan - Reminds me of that fabulous book "The Hare with the Amber Eyes".
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.
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.
Netsuke | V&A Search the Collections