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apolonisaphrodisia: “ Netsuke “octopus playing the shamisen (Japanese stringed instrument three-jet).

Netsuke, hand-carved & stained boxwood, buffalo horn and sheep’s horn.

Encounter, 2013 Netsuke, hand-carved & stained boxwood, buffalo horn and sheep’s horn. Signed on an inset tablet Susan Wraight

PALMHOUTEN NETSUKE RAT TREKT SCHILDPAD. JAPAN.

PALMHOUTEN NETSUKE RAT TREKT SCHILDPAD. JAPAN.

netsuke.  I am not sure all these are really netsuke. Some may be just lovely carved table ornaments Netsuke have a real function.  This is particularly sweet. JC

Okimono, lovely carved table ornaments Netsuke have a real function. This is aparticularly sweet rabbit.

Octopus, mid-19th century  Netsuke, Ivory with staining, sumi, double inlays,

Japan Octopus, century Netsuke, Ivory with staining, sumi, double…

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Katabori Haruko , she was carved from a walrus tusk, her hair and make-up wired on in rose-urushi lacquer. The pattern on her kimono was done with a burning needle and walnut ink, three petals were carved from pink coral. By Natasha Popova 2008

Ivory Carving, Japan, 19th century, Zodiac group with inlaid eyes, signed on rabbit's ear, ht. 6 1/2 in.

Ivory Carving, Japan, century, Zodiac group with inlaid eyes, signed on…

Netsuke        Place of origin:        Japan (made)      Date:        19th century (made)      Artist/Maker:        unknown (maker)      Materials and Techniques:        Carved boxwood      Credit Line:        Salting Bequest      Museum number:        A.919-1910

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Netsuke Place of origin: Japan (made) Date: century (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (maker) Materials and Techniques: Carved boxwood Credit Line: Salting Bequest Museum number: Gallery location: Japan, room case 8

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Signed Komei (Ishikawa Komei of Tokyo, Meiji Period (Late Century) Katabori, ivory.

museeguimet: “ Renard Ivoire Japon, époque Edo © Raphaël Chipault et Benjamin…

museeguimet: “ Renard Ivoire Japon, époque Edo © Raphaël Chipault et Benjamin…

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

Netsuke d'une renarde dansante en ivoire attribué à Gechu d'Osaka Japon, XVIII<sup>E</sup> siècle | Lot | Sotheby's

An ivory netsuke of a dancing foxwoman attributed to Gechu of Osaka, Japan, century.

Three rats eating a fish head.  Netsuke: Miniature Sculpture of Japan.  18th-19th century (Edo-Meiji)

japaneseaesthetics: “ Three rats eating a fish head. Netsuke: Miniature Sculpture of Japan. century (Edo-Meiji) ” here we have a wonderful Netsuke

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