Tagua Nut #7
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Ukai - netsuke - cormorant swallowing a fish, by Sergey Osipov. Carved tagua nut ("vegetable ivory")
A Bronze Incense Burner [Koro] Edo Period (19th century) Modelled as a hare with long ears, fitted wood box
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Carved wooden moon-gazing hare encased Bronze Incense Burner [Koro] Edo Period 19C
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A Bronze Incense Burner [Koro] I Edo Period I 19th century I Modelled as a hare with long ears, fitted wood box
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Stained ivory netsuke of a puppy - signed Dosho
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
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NETSUKE......PARTAGE OF SCHOLTEN JAPANESE ART......
This carved and stained wood netsuke is in the form of a pumpkin by Ikkan (ca. 1850-1900)
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Netsuke, by Ikkan, ca. 1850-1900, wood. "The netsuke is a toggle. Japanese men used netsuke to suspend various pouches and containers from their sashes by a silk cord. Netsuke had to be small and not too heavy, yet bulky and compact with no sharp protruding edges. Above all, they had to have the means for attaching a cord. Netsuke were made in a variety of forms, the most widely appreciated being the katabori, a three-dimensional carving, such as this one in the form of a pumpkin."
Place of origin: Japan (made) Date: ca. 1850-1900 (made) Artist/Maker: Ikkan (maker) Materials and Techniques: Carved wood
susan wraight netsuke | Susan Wraight: Midnight, 2013. Netsuke, hand-carved & stained boxwood ...
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☆ Midnight .: 2013 :. Netsuke.。 Hand-carved & Stained Boxwood.。 Inlaid Amber and Gold Leaf :¦: Artist Susan Wraight ☆
susan wraight netsuke | Susan Wraight: Midnight, 2013. Netsuke, hand-carved stained boxwood ...
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A visit to the Eye Doctor Netsuke 18-19th century. György Ráth Museum,Budapest
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Antique JAPANESE Ox Bone Fine Hand Carved Netsuke Double Fish Pisces Carp
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Fine Japanese Carved Ivory Netsuke of a ‘Fukura Suzume’ (1800 to 1900)
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Finely Carved Old Japanese Netsuke – Three Carps Koi on Lotus Leaf. Tactile texture is created by the carved lines in the surface of the fish and the leaves on which they rest. Visual texture is created for the scaled effect and the surface of the leaf. Mrs Curran Art 6/02
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Suzuki Tokoku - Owl Netsuke - 20th Century
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Netsuke. Ivory and Horn. Japan, approx. 1975 HEIGHT 3,2 CM The work of a modern master born 1931 in Tokyo. According to legend, the rabbit turns snow white after 1000 years of age. The eyes are two-colored inlaid horn and very lively in expression. Himotoshi on bottom and signature BAI-SHODO YASU-FUSA on legs. The name Baishodo comes from the studio, the artist´s real name is Saito Yasufusa. From a private German collection
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Man filing toes nails, netsuke 18-19th century. György Ráth Museum,Budapest
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Man filing toes nails, Netsuke 18-19th century. György Ráth Museum, Budapest
A GOOD WOOD NETSUKE OF A HARE, ATTRIBUTED TO RANKO, JAPAN, 19TH CENTURY
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Wooden netsuke of a hare by Ranko. A 19th century Japanese pocket-sized bunnifact #Easter
Mammoth Ivory Netsuke
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Mammoth Ivory Netsuke Pig Carving Ojime Bead (Q0410), Mammoth ivory handcrafted "Pig" Ojime Bead, size: 11/16" x 11/16" x 1/2" (17 x 17 x 13mm)
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Netsuke: Ox with boy playing flute, 19th century : Wood, ivory, metal; H. 13/16 in. (2 cm), W. 1 3/4 in. (4.5 cm), D. 1 1/8 in. (2.9 cm) : Gift of Mrs. Russell Sage, 1910 (10.211.780) | Carvers often select rare and expensive woods for their creations or juxtapose various materials in novel compositions. Embedding one material into another requires the utmost precision, particularly when joining materials of differing physical properties, such as wood and ivory. In this example, a young boy playing a flute, carved of ivory, serenades a recumbent ox, made of wood. Fine lines incised on the surface of the ox delineate individual hairs on its hide. The red seal on the ox's underside reads "Tokoku."
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Tagua Nut Netsuke Carp
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Tagua Nut Netsuke Carp - compact fish design
18th-C. Ivory Manju Netsuke, Full Moon Rabbit
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18th century Ivory Manju Netsuke, Full Moon Rabbit
18th-century Japanese Kyoto School manju netsuke, Edo period.  Signed by famed artist Okatomo.  Represents rabbit in perfect full moon shape. Asking price: $US16,000.00
An ivory netsuke of the bunbuku chagama (badger tea kettle) By Ohara Mitsuhiro (1810-1875), Osaka, 19th century The squat globular vessel turning into a badger, the bowl of the kettle already bearing a head, legs and tail, the lid removable and forming the cord attachment, the ivory is dark stained and the eye pupils are inlaid, signed Mitsuhiro.