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    Princess MOUSE Boxwood NETSUKE

    Netsuke ~ Carp and Young Masatoshi (Nakamura Tokisada) (Japan, Tokyo, 1915-2001) Japan, May 1963 ~ Boxwood with inlays

    Mitsu ivory netsuke ~ Osaka, late 19th century ~ 'pair of fugu fish' ~ A grouping of two blowfish, one larger than the other, their smooth distended bellies touching, their backs and fins finely stippled, the himotoshi formed by the tail of the larger fish curling up to touch his dorsal fin, the pupils of the eyes inlaid in dark horn, signed Mitsu saku

    Japanese carved ivory whale netsuke with etched signature, 2 1/2 in. L.

    Japanese carved ivory whale netsuke with etched signature, 2 1/2 in. L.

    Japanese Carved Ivory Netsuke 5pc Fish Frog Whale | Antique Helper

    carved boxwood Pea Pod Peeper netsuke by Janel Jacobson

    Red Lily netsuke • by woodcarver Janel Jacobson

    mermaid netsuke

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    netsuke - carved ox bone skull

    Netsuke of Skeleton Astride a Skull

    Very Fine Japanese Netsuke. Carved and colored to resemble a Chestnut with a worm, also an opening in the center shows a very tiny village scene. The top adorned with another carved nut. Unsigned. Measures 2 Inches by 1-1/2 Inches

    Lacquer netsuke depicting a toy dog (HARIKO) 1775-1885, Japan.

    Netsuke Carving

    Tonkotsu, Ojime, and Netsuke ~ Japan, 18th century Tonkotsu: cherry wood (sakura); Ojime: stag antler; Netsuke: ivory seal

    Masanao (School of) (Japan) Substitute Doll, late 18th century Netsuke, Ivory with staining, sumi,

    A stag antler netsuke. Mid-19th century. Manju, unsigned. A very unusual and well carved manju style netsuke in the form of a Mokugyo (gong), the fine details of clouds and waves are well rendered. Length 3.9 cm

    Dragon Standing on Clouds Netsuke Japan, 19th century The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    19th Century Japanese Stag Antler Water Bird Netsuke

    Chinese Zodiac Netsuke carved from Mammoth Ivory

    Ivory four-case Inro and Red Lacquer Ebi - 19th Century

    Beautiful gold on black lacquer case with mother of pearl inlay depicting design of bean vine and moon. Japan, Edo period (1615–1868)

    Antique Japanese Lacquer Inro and Ivory Netsuke, 1750~1850

    Inro depicting Crane Birds. Lacquer. Japan, 18th century.