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WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century By Tomokazu. Depicting a seated tiger with inlaid eyes and teeth. Signed. Length 1.6" (4 cm).

WOOD NETSUKE By Tomokazu. Depicting a seated tiger with inlaid eyes and teeth.

Netsuke of Dogs Date: late 18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Ivory

Netsuke of Dogs Date: late century Culture: Japan Medium: Ivory

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The watchful owl netsuke, carved from the Crimean juniper. The eyes are inlaid with amber, the beak is of honey horn, and mushrooms on the tree stump are from tagua nut.

Hoshu, Sleeping Hotei,  late 19th century,  wood, ivory, and silver,  ht. 1 in (2.5 cm)  The Toledo Museum of Art

Hoshu, Sleeping Hotei, late 19th century, wood, ivory, and silver, ht. 1 in (2.5 cm) The Toledo Museum of Art

A fine wood netsuke of three monkeys By Naito Toyomasa (1773-1856), Tanba, early 19th century

A fine wood netsuke of three monkeys By Naito Toyomasa Tanba, early…

Netsuke. Monkey with stick. Made of wood, with ivory plectrum. Made by: Tomochika 友近 Edo Period Date: Early 19thC Production place: Osaka-fu (Asia, Japan, Honshu, Kansai, Osaka-fu) Materials: wood, ivory Technique: inlaid, carved Height: 3.5 centimetres British Museum number: F.679

Monkey with stick. Made of wood, with ivory plectrum. by: Tomochika DateEarly

Netsuke in the form of a goat, made in Japan 1850-1893, by Takaoka Ikkan (1817-1893) http://jameelcentre.ashmolean.org/object/EA1996.28

Netsuke in the form of a goatside - wood, with carved decoration // Date 1850 - 1893 Artist/maker : Takaoka Ikkan - (carver)

Netsuke of Group of Animals Date: 18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Ivory

Netsuke of Group of Animals Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Ivory

A Nagoya school cherry wood netsuke of a sleeping shôjô, by Masajo. Mid-19th century, Auktion 1092 Asiatische Kunst I Indien, Südostasien und Japan, Lot 566

A Nagoya school cherry wood netsuke of a sleeping shôjô, by Masajo. century, Auktion 1092 Asiatische Kunst I Indien, Südostasien und Japan, Lot 566

Netsuke of Two Dogs, 19th century. Japan. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. Russell Sage, 1910 (10.211.1078) #dogs

Netsuke of Two Dogs Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Ivory

Japan  Baku: Monster that Eats Nightmares, 18th century  Netsuke, Wood. LACMA

The traditional Japanese nightmare-devouring baku originates in Chinese folklore and was familiar in Japan as early as the Muromachi period century).

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