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A beautiful okimono of Ebisu in the role of a shopkeeper, seated with his left leg cossed, gazing up from a soroban, two account books placed before him, flanked by a suzuribako on his left and a basket of fish at his right, signed Toshimune.

A beautiful okimono of Ebisu in the role of a shopkeeper, seated with his left…

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International Arts and Crafts -- Netsuke Animal mammoth and hippo ivory carvings, netsuke, jewelry

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The survival of the Ephrussi netsuke collection as the leitmotif of one man’s discovery and retelling of his family history has captivated millions. Edmund de Vaal’s ‘The Hare with Amber Eyes’ has rekindled interest in the Japanese netsuke

Ikkyu (Japan)   Standing Octopus, early 19th century  Netsuke, Wood with inlays. LACMA

Ikkyu (Japan) Standing Octopus, early century Netsuke, Wood with inlays

Spirit Foxes and Raunchy Demons in Japanese Netsuke Art

Spirit Foxes and Raunchy Demons in Japanese Netsuke Art

Monkey Songoku, late century Netsuke, Wood with precious and semiprecious stone inlays, 4 x 1 x 1 in. x x cm) Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection

An Ivory Netsuke Signed Masatami, Edo Period (19th century) Of a monkey with a drum and a karashishi mask 9cm. high

An Ivory Netsuke Signed Masatami, Edo Period century) Of a monkey with a drum and a karashishi mask high

A LOVELY 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD IVORY OKIMONO depicting a startled artizan with a rat upon his leg. Signed.  3.5ins wide.

A lovely century Japanese Meiji period ivory Okimono, depicting a startled artizan with a rat upon his leg.

Kaigyokusai (Masatsugu) (Japan, 1813-1892) - "No Evil" Monkey; Japan, mid- to late 19th century; wine-colored amber| LACMA Collections

Kaigyokusai (Masatsugu) (Japan, Osaka, - No Evil Monkey, Wine-colored amber Netsuke, mid to late century

Description: Japanese ivory netsuke, a feudal retainer wearing two katana, holding a fan and a shrine register book behind his back, marked 'Dosei', 2"h

Description: Japanese ivory netsuke, a feudal retainer wearing two katana, holding a fan and a shrine register book behind his back, marked 'Dosei',

Japanese carved wood netsuke, Victoria and Albert Museum storage collection

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Japanese carved wood netsuke, Victoria and Albert Museum storage collection- an Oni with a mask of Shojo

Japanese Carved Ivory Seated Scholar Figure. Signed to Base. Good Condition or Better. Measures 6 Inches Tall and 4-1/4 Inches Wide.

Measures 6 Inches Tall and Inches Wide. This item will only be shipped domestically and was legally imported into the United States.

IVORY OKIMONO Meiji Period Two highly decorated figures with detailed robes and carrying a variety of baskets containing flowers and fruit. Signed "Naomasa". Height 9.75 (24.76 cm).

IVORY OKIMONO Meiji Period Two highly decorated figures with detailed robes and…

IVORY NETSUKE Meiji Period Depicting a Sambaso dancer in a crane-decorated costume. Signed “Masatsugu”.

gardenofthefareast: IVORY NETSUKE Meiji Period Depicting a Sambaso dancer in a crane-decorated costume.

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