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An Ivory Netsuke Edo Period (18th century) Of a squirrel on a bunch of grapes, eyes inlaid in cowhorn, Kyoto School 5.8cm. long

An Ivory Netsuke Edo Period (18th century) Of a squirrel on a bunch of grapes, eyes inlaid in cowhorn, Kyoto School 5.8cm. long

theantidote:      Carved ivory netsuke of a swan  Likely early 19th century, Japan.  V Museum  (via japaneseaesthetics:)

theantidote: Carved ivory netsuke of a swan Likely early 19th century, Japan. V Museum (via japaneseaesthetics:)

pmikos:  An ivory netsuke of a monkey on a fugu. 19th century. A monkey in a sleeveless jacket riding a blowfish (fugu), the fish’s tail held to the side. Pupils of black glass. Inscribed Masanao.

pmikos: An ivory netsuke of a monkey on a fugu. 19th century. A monkey in a sleeveless jacket riding a blowfish (fugu), the fish’s tail held to the side. Pupils of black glass. Inscribed Masanao.

An Ivory Netsuke   Edo Period (18th century)   Of two rats eating an umbrella, eyes inlaid in cowhorn

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An Ivory Netsuke Edo Period (18th century) Of two rats eating an umbrella, eyes inlaid in cowhorn

japaneseaesthetics:    Netsuke in the shape of a snarling tiger. Early 19th century, Japan, by artist Chingendo Hidemasa. Ivory with staining, sumi e, inlays.  LACMA (Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection

japaneseaesthetics: Netsuke in the shape of a snarling tiger. Early 19th century, Japan, by artist Chingendo Hidemasa. Ivory with staining, sumi e, inlays. LACMA (Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection

Ishikawa Rensai (Japan, born circa 1832)   Sparrow, mid- to late 19th century  Netsuke, Stag antler with inlays,

Ishikawa Rensai (Japan, born circa 1832) Sparrow, mid- to late 19th century Netsuke, Stag antler with inlays,

Hand Carved Japanese Ox Bone Netsuke - Rabbit - Oriental - Signed

Hand Carved Japanese Ox Bone Netsuke - Rabbit - Oriental - Signed

treasures-and-beauty: “  19th Century Japanese Carved Ivory Mouse Traveler Netsuke Signed Gyokuseki ”

treasures-and-beauty: “ 19th Century Japanese Carved Ivory Mouse Traveler Netsuke Signed Gyokuseki ”

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