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    Cicada (locust) netsuke, carved wood, ca. 1800-1875. #JapaneseDecorativeArt

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    Cicada Netsuke, ca. 1800-1875, Carved wood. This netsuke features an anatomically realistic portrayal of a cicada, complete with details of its underside.

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