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Japanese netsuke god of luck hotei |

Japanese netsuke god of luck hotei |

Tadamori and the Oil Thief Netsuke ~ Chingendō Hidemasa (Japan, active early 19th century) ~ Ivory with staining, sumi, inlays

Tadamori and the Oil Thief Netsuke ~ Chingendō Hidemasa (Japan, active early 19th century) ~ Ivory with staining, sumi, inlays

Big Buddha

Big Buddha

susan wraight netsuke | Each netsuke piece can fit in the palm of your hand. Despite their ...

susan wraight netsuke | Each netsuke piece can fit in the palm of your hand. Despite their ...

A Japanese figurative okimono totem, Meiji period / signed carved, pierced and incised ivory depicting a scholar with dragon spirit incised signature to base 30.5 cm high

A Japanese figurative okimono totem, Meiji period / signed carved, pierced and incised ivory depicting a scholar with dragon spirit incised signature to base 30.5 cm high

SAMURAI

SAMURAI

AN IVORY NETSUKE** EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY), SIGNED IKKOSAI (IKKOSAI TOUN)

AN IVORY NETSUKE** EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY), SIGNED IKKOSAI (IKKOSAI TOUN)

Japan

Japan

oursoulsaredamned:  A macabre and unusual Japanese Okimono and another similar Okimono, Meiji period (1868-1912)

oursoulsaredamned: A macabre and unusual Japanese Okimono and another similar Okimono, Meiji period (1868-1912)

Japanese Shinto theatrical dance, Kagura 神楽

Japanese Shinto theatrical dance, Kagura 神楽

japanese netsuke | Japanese Art | Netsuke | attributed to Harutada, shishi and ball

japanese netsuke | Japanese Art | Netsuke | attributed to Harutada, shishi and ball

Japanese Tamonten statue 多聞天 - The characters mean "Much hearing god" or "Deity who hears much".

Japanese Tamonten statue 多聞天 - The characters mean "Much hearing god" or "Deity who hears much".

Japanese netsuke: blind-man-netsuke from the Netsuke Room of the Japanese Pavilion

Japanese netsuke: blind-man-netsuke from the Netsuke Room of the Japanese Pavilion

example of the inrō, ojime and netsuke

example of the inrō, ojime and netsuke

Japanese Waterfall Hokusai (1760~1849)

Japanese Waterfall Hokusai (1760~1849)

An Ivory Netsuke   Signed Sensui, Meiji Period (late 19th century)   Of Daruma drying himself with a fundoshi

An Ivory Netsuke Signed Sensui, Meiji Period (late 19th century) Of Daruma drying himself with a fundoshi