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GYOKUZAN: ORNATE FIGURATIVE SCENE WITH DEMON

GYOKUZAN: ORNATE FIGURATIVE SCENE WITH DEMON

GYOKUZAN: ORNATE FIGURATIVE SCENE WITH DEMON

GYOKUZAN: ORNATE FIGURATIVE SCENE WITH DEMON

GYOKUZAN: ORNATE FIGURATIVE SCENE WITH DEMON

GYOKUZAN: ORNATE FIGURATIVE SCENE WITH DEMON

GYOKUZAN: ORNATE FIGURATIVE SCENE WITH DEMON

GYOKUZAN: ORNATE FIGURATIVE SCENE WITH DEMON

GYOKUZAN: ORNATE FIGURATIVE SCENE WITH DEMON

GYOKUZAN: ORNATE FIGURATIVE SCENE WITH DEMON

GYOKUZAN: ORNATE FIGURATIVE SCENE WITH DEMON

GYOKUZAN: ORNATE FIGURATIVE SCENE WITH DEMON

Netsuke d'Hakuzosu en ivoire <br>Japon, XIX<sup>E</sup> siècle | Lot | Sotheby's

Netsuke d'Hakuzosu en ivoire <br>Japon, XIX<sup>E</sup> siècle | Lot | Sotheby's

This five box inro depicts an overall scene of two carp among waves. The eyes of the carp are inset glass with black pupils. The interior is red speckled gold. More

This five box inro depicts an overall scene of two carp among waves. The eyes of the carp are inset glass with black pupils. The interior is red speckled gold. More

A lacquered-ivory four-case inro By Hara Yoyusai, 19th century Lacquered with a continuous scene of a pheasant perched on a flowering cherry tree while its mate walks below, the reverse lacquered with two flying birds, in gold and slight-coloured takamakie, signed Yoyusai saku; with an ivory hako-netsuke similarly lacquered with two flying birds and falling petals, unsigned.

A lacquered-ivory four-case inro By Hara Yoyusai, 19th century Lacquered with a continuous scene of a pheasant perched on a flowering cherry tree while its mate walks below, the reverse lacquered with two flying birds, in gold and slight-coloured takamakie, signed Yoyusai saku; with an ivory hako-netsuke similarly lacquered with two flying birds and falling petals, unsigned.

This netsuke shows a fox wearing a dress and a cloak. According to ancient Japanese beliefs, the fox is a magical creature that is able to transform itself into a human figure. Bequeathed by Miss Edith Taylor in 1959

This netsuke shows a fox wearing a dress and a cloak. According to ancient Japanese beliefs, the fox is a magical creature that is able to transform itself into a human figure. Bequeathed by Miss Edith Taylor in 1959

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