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Tanuki (Japanese Racoon Dog) with a Sake Bottle and Bills for Sake Artist: Garaku (Japanese, active second half of the century) Period: Edo period Date: second half of the century Culture: Japan Medium: Ivory Classification: Netsuke

Shūzan. Gama Sennin, late 18th–early 19th century. Japanese. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. Russell Sage, 1910 (10.211.1499) | Gama is an immortal most knowledgeable about magical medicinal arts. The sage is always accompanied by a toad and can also morph into one. #NetsukeNovember

Gama Sennin Shūzan Period: Edo period Date: late century Culture: Japan Medium: Ivory Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Netsuke Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

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getsugetsu-:-okame-with-oni-devil-Netsuke, ivory.

WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century By Minko. Depicting a karako with an oni mask. Some ebony details. Signed. Height 1.3" (3.2 cm).

WOOD NETSUKE By Minko. Depicting a karako with an oni mask. Some ebony details.

Japanese Ivory Netsuke, Otter Carrying Fish

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A boxwood netsuke of the fox or tanuki dressed as a woman. First half 19th century

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Netsuke of carved ivory, Hotei? sitting holding a finger to his right eye at which a child gazes, behind him is a small green mask held by string, signed: Japan, 19th century

Netsuke of carved ivory, Hotei sitting holding a finger to his right eye at which a child gazes, behind him is a small green mask held by string, signed: Japan, century

WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century In the form of two shishi. Length 1.5" (3.7 cm).

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Netsuke        Place of origin:        Japan (made)      Date:        ca. 1775-1825 (made)      Artist/Maker:        Tomotada (maker)      Materials and Techniques:        Carved ivory      Credit Line:        Dresden Bequest      Museum number:        A.49-1915

Netsuke

Netsuke Place of origin: Japan (made) Date: ca. (made) Artist/Maker: Tomotada (maker) Materials and Techniques: Carved ivory Credit Line: Dresden Bequest Museum number:

Netsuke. Reclining ox. Made of ivory, eyes inlaid. Edo Period Date18thC Production place: Kyoto-shi (Asia, Japan, Kyoto-fu, Kyoto-shi) Materials: ivory Technique inlaid carved Length: 5.25 centimetres. School of Tomotada. British Museum number: 1930,1217.74

Japanese Netsuke made of ivory, eyes inlaid, Kyoto-shi

Renard Ivoire Japon, époque Edo © Raphaël Chipault et Benjamin Soligny / Musée…

Renard Ivoire Japon, époque Edo © Raphaël Chipault et Benjamin Soligny / Musée…

A boxwood netsuke of a man in porter's garments carrying a huge Daruma that is lashed on his back with a double rope. He appears to be enjoying the novelty of his task. The Daruma, however, is less than amused, preferring the comfort of terra firma. Despite its top heavy appearance, the carving is ingeniously balanced to stand perfectly. Signed Gyokuzan.  Height: 5.3 cm

A boxwood netsuke of a man in porter's garments carrying a huge Daruma that is…

34 Rakuchu Netsuke, Genru! - Desde la primera exposición individual en la Galería ~ Hanakage Extracto

34 Rakuchu Netsuke, Genru! - Desde la primera exposición individual en la Galería ~ Hanakage Extracto

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