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Ivory Netsuke, Japan, 19th century, carved as a seated man holding a brush, finely incised patterns to his robe, (loss), lg. 1 7/8 in.

Ivory Netsuke, Japan, century, carved as a seated man holding a brush…

Japan, 19th C., carved ivory figure of a man holding a fish, wearing a large brimmed hat. Height 5 in.

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Netsuke of Nitta no Shiro slaying a boar, Okakoto of Kyoto, Japan, late 18th–early 19th centuries. Stained ivory and horn. H. 1 15/16”

Netsuke of Nitta no Shiro slaying a boar, Okakoto of Kyoto, Japan, late centuries. Stained ivory and horn. photography courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

An ivory netsuke of Gama Sennin. 19th century

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Ivory Netsuke of Ebisu, Japan, 19th century, seated on fish hanging from his fishing rod, with a mouse nibbling on the fish, signed "Kazumasa" to base, ht. 1 1/2 in.

Ivory Netsuke of Ebisu, Japan, century, seated on fish hanging from his…

19th Century Japanese Carved Surumawashi Netsuke Signed Tomonobu

Buddhist Art Collections in Bronze, Wood and Stone

Monk Contemplating  The First Noble Truth  Netsuke Signature: Juzan, (Ishikawa Komei)  Tokyo, 19th Century, circa: 1852-1913

Monk Contemplating The First Noble Truth Netsuke Signature: Juzan, (Ishikawa Komei) Tokyo, Century, circa:

Ivory Netsuke of drummer.  www.ephemeritor.com

Figure of Katabori Seated Drummer Ivory unsigned.

Ivory Tiger Netsuke, Japan, 19th century, (repairs and restorations), lg. 2 in.

Ivory Tiger Netsuke, Japan, century, (repairs and restorations), lg. 2 in.

Object of the Day - Netsuke: #Netsuke depicting the #Bodhisattva #Jizō Blessing…

Object of the Day - Netsuke: depicting the Blessing a Repentant The motif depicts the compassionate bodhisattva ( Jizō, accepting an ogre into the true path of salvation. The ogre is allowing Jizō to file down its horns as an act of penance.

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