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NETSUKE en ivoire, représentant un sennin en pied, un karako sur l'épaule droite et un lotus dans la main. (Restaurations au torse du karako). Japon, période Édo, XVIIIesiècle. AN IVORY OKIMONO, JAPAN, EDO PERIOD, 18TH CENTURY. HAUT. 9cm (3 9/16 IN.)

NETSUKE en ivoire, représentant un sennin en pied, un karako sur l'épaule droite et un lotus dans la main. (Restaurations au torse du karako). Japon, période Édo, XVIIIesiècle. AN IVORY OKIMONO, JAPAN, EDO PERIOD, 18TH CENTURY. HAUT. 9cm (3 9/16 IN.)

An ivory goat netsuke from the Edo period. This netsuke was made by an artist named Mitsuharu and is currently in the collection of the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.

nihon-no-ningyou: “ An ivory goat netsuke from the Edo period. This netsuke was made by an artist named Mitsuharu and is currently in the collection of the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.

Case (Inrô) with Design of Lute and Maple Leaves ~  Edo period (1615-1868) ~ 19th century  Case: powdered gold (maki-e), colored and black lacquer, and gold leaf on lightly grooved wood; Fastener (ojime): glass; Toggle (netsuke): gold and colored lacquer on black lacquer with design of tobacco leaves in mother-of-pearl inlay ~  H. 2 1/2 in. (6.3 cm); W. 2 3/16 in. (5.5 cm); D. 13/16 in. (2.1 cm)

iamjapanese: “ Case (Inrô 印籠) with Design of Lute and Maple Leaves Period: Edo period century Culture: Japan Medium: Case: powdered gold (maki-e), colored and black lacquer, and gold leaf on lightly grooved wood;

A Four-Case Inro, Signed Koma Koryu and kakihan, Edo Period (19th century) Decorated in very fine iroe-togidashi-e, kirigane and nashiji de...

artemisdreaming: A Four-Case Inro, Signed Koma Koryu and kakihan, Edo Period century) Decorated in very fine iroe-togidashi-e, kirigane and nashiji depicting the Death of Buddha, via: Christie’s

Wood Netsuke for Sale | Wood Netsuke | SIGNED MASAZANE, EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY) | Japanese ...

Rat on a vegetable, wood netsuke, signed Masazane, Edo Period century)…

A wood netsuke of an octopus By Jugyoku, Tokyo, Edo period (1615-1868), 19th century

A wood netsuke of an octopus By Jugyoku, Tokyo, Edo period

自在置物 Jizai Okimono from Edo period (1603~1868), Japan  - Jizai Okimono are realistically shaped figures of animals made from iron, copper. Their bodies and limbs are articulated, and can be moved like real animals.

自在置物 Jizai Okimono from Edo period Japan - Jizai Okimono are realistically shaped figures of animals made from iron, copper. Their bodies and limbs are articulated, and can be moved like real animals.

An iron okimono figure of Monju Bosatsu  By Unno Shomin (1844-1915), late Edo Period (3)

An iron okimono figure of Monju Bosatsu By Unno Shomin late Edo Period

Japanese ivory carved Netsuke, Edo period, signed on base, featuring old fisherman with baggage. H: 4 cm, W: 4.5 cm, 39 grams.

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Case (Inrō) with Chrysanthemum Decoration, Edo period (1615–1868), 18th–19th century,  #Japan

Case (Inrō) with Chrysanthemum Decoration / Edo period / Date: century / Japan Medium: Gold and silver maki-e with inlay of mother-of-pearl on lacquered ground

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