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An elaborate ivory okimono of the Seven Gods of Good Luck. Late 19th century An elaborate ivory okimono of the Seven Gods of Good Luck, Okame, Fukusuke and a number of karako, some of them playing music in and around a cart drawn by a dragon-headed horse, with a roof topped by a dragon, the base with takaramo, details inlaid in mother-of-pearl, coral, lacquer and horn. Signed on an inlaid red lacquer tablet

An elaborate ivory okimono of the Seven Gods of Good Luck. Late 19th century An elaborate ivory okimono of the Seven Gods of Good Luck, Okame, Fukusuke and a number of karako, some of them playing music in and around a cart drawn by a dragon-headed horse, with a roof topped by a dragon, the base with takaramo, details inlaid in mother-of-pearl, coral, lacquer and horn. Signed on an inlaid red lacquer tablet

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 ”

Japanese Netsuke. Netsuke are button-like devices, especially of ivory or wood, worn to suspend articles from the sash of a kimono. During the Meiji period (1603-1912), netsuke evolved beyond mostly functional use into intricately carved ornamental art objects. As such, they are valued collectibles.

Japanese Netsuke. Netsuke are button-like devices, especially of ivory or wood, worn to suspend articles from the sash of a kimono. During the Meiji period (1603-1912), netsuke evolved beyond mostly functional use into intricately carved ornamental art objects. As such, they are valued collectibles.

A Pair of Late 19th Century Two Tone Bronze Nine Light Candelabra After Clodion - Each cast as a female and a male figure from a bacchanale upholding eight scroll branches with a central branch in the form of a quiver, on a bronze mounted circular base of granite.

A Pair of Late 19th Century Two Tone Bronze Nine Light Candelabra After Clodion - Each cast as a female and a male figure from a bacchanale upholding eight scroll branches with a central branch in the form of a quiver, on a bronze mounted circular base of granite.

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

“「歯をむいてうなるトラ」と言う説明がついているけれど、びっくりしてるように見える…。しっぽ巻いてるし。 19世紀初頭、根付、LACMA”

Carved Ivory Of Mary, Queen of Scots, Hinged Chest Opens To Reveal Triptych With A Scene From Assasinat de Riccio.  The Base Is Supported By Four Feet With Faces, Possibly Representing The Four Winds   c.19th Century

Carved Ivory Of Mary, Queen of Scots, Hinged Chest Opens To Reveal Triptych With A Scene From Assasinat de Riccio. The Base Is Supported By Four Feet With Faces, Possibly Representing The Four Winds c.19th Century

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.

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