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Carved ivory netsuke of monkey with a magnifying glass viewing an insect on a persimmon by Masatami, Japan, Meji period

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An ivory netsuke. A well carved and compact study of a luna hare with curled body and ears laid back. All details and hairwork lightly worn. A good piece by this prolific artist.

Mitsu ivory netsuke ~ Osaka, late 19th century ~ 'pair of fugu fish'  ~  A grouping of two blowfish, one larger than the other, their smooth distended bellies touching, their backs and fins finely stippled, the himotoshi formed by the tail of the larger fish curling up to touch his dorsal fin, the pupils of the eyes inlaid in dark horn, signed Mitsu saku

Mitsu ivory netsuke ~ Osaka, late century ~ 'pair of fugu fish' ~ , signed Mitsu saku

A WOOD NETSUKE SIGNED KOKEI, EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY)

A Wood Netsuke Signed Kokei, Edo Period century) Of a toad with two young on its back, inlaid eyes

Ozaki Kokusai (Japan, 1835 - circa 1892)  Smiling Elephant, mid- to late 19th century  Netsuke, Stag antler, 7/8 x 1 9/16 x 1 1/4 in. (2.2 x 3.9 x 3.2 cm)  Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection (M.91.250.46)  Japanese Art Department.

Ozaki Kokusai (Japan, 1835 - circa Smiling Elephant, mid- to late century Netsuke, Stag antler, x 1 x 1 in. x x cm) Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection Japanese Art Department.

Netsuke Sergei Osipov.

The Thinking Monkey netsuke (via osipovnetsuke)

Broken Cup • Janel Jacobson ~ Small Sculptures and Netsuke

Janel Jacobson's on-line gallery of Netsuke, Ojime and Small Sculptures

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

Dragons on Gong Alternate Title: Mokugyo Asakusa School (Japan, group of netsuke carvers, mid- to late 19th century).  Stag antler.

Dragons on Gong netsuke (alternate title: Mokugyo); by Asakusa School (Japan, group of netsuke carvers, mid- to late century) (LACMA)

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