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How to Identify Netsuke

by Christina Sloane
Netsuke are carved, often ornate toggles once used in Japan in the days before pockets. These objects were used to hold leather pouches in place. Pouches used to store tobacco were tied to the obi (the sash worn with the kimono), and the obi was pulled through holes in the netsuke to secure it, simi...

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