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NAITO TOYOMASA,Seated monkey Netsuki,Bonhams,London

A wood netsuke of a seated monkey By Naito Toyomasa Tanba, century

A boxwood netsuke of a bat and young By Horaku, 19th century Resting, its wings enveloping its offspring for protection and to form a compact composition in stained wood, the small eyes inlaid, signed in a sunken reserve Horaku.

A boxwood netsuke of a bat and young By Horaku, century Resting, its wings enveloping its offspring for protection and to form a compact composition in stained wood, the small eyes inlaid, signed in a sunken reserve Horaku.

Chewing Dog Netsuke

Stone Carving, Amber Eyes, Dog Art, Hare, Miniature, Ivory, Stone Sculpture, Rock Sculpture

Shishi, mid-18th century. Japanese. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. Russell Sage, 1910 (10.211.1098)

獅子牙彫根付 Chinese Lion (Shishi) Period: Edo period century Culture: Japan Medium: Ivory Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Netsuke The Met

Christie's London: An Important European Collection of Netsuke

Netsuke of an eagle grasping a hare in its talons unsigned (probably Kyoto) Japanese, Edo period (late century) Stained ivory with horn and shell Edo Period (Late century)

A wood netsuke of a bat Attributed to Horaku, 19th century Resting on a small fallen roof tile, carved on the end with a scrolling flowerhead, one wing resting on the tile while the other trails beneath and forms the himotoshi, the slightly-worn wood is of a good colour and the eyes are inlaid, unsigned.

A wood netsuke of a bat Attributed to Horaku, 19th century Resting on a small fallen roof tile, carved on the end with a scrolling flowerhead, one wing resting on the tile while the other trails beneath and forms the himotoshi, the slightly-worn wood is of a good colour and the eyes are inlaid, unsigned.

A lacquered wood netsuke of eggplants By Yoyusai, Edo period (19th century)

A lacquered wood netsuke of eggplants By Yoyusai, Edo period century)

Netsuke ( 根付 ) — миниатюрная скульптура, произведение японского декоративно-прикладного искусства, представляющее собой небольшой резной брелок. Netsuke – это маленькие фигурки, с ювелирным мастерством вырезанные из слоновой кости, моржового клыка, дерева, древесного корня, черепахового…

Hideaki (or Shumei) - Ashinaga and Tenaga - netsuke - LACMA

Three Namazu  鯰 銘:正民刀  Japanese, Edo period, 1800–73  Artist Masatami, Japanese, 1854–1928, Stained boxwood and horn, MFA

Three Namazu 鯰 銘:正民刀 Japanese, Edo period, 1800–73 Artist Masatami, Japanese, 1854–1928, Stained boxwood and horn, MFA

WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century By Ikkei. In the form of a disappointed rat catcher with a rat escaping over his back. Signed. Length 1.5" (4 cm).

WOOD NETSUKE By Ikkei. In the form of a disappointed rat catcher with a rat escaping over his back.

JAPANESE WOODEN NETSUKE BENKEI CARRYING TEMPLE BELL

JAPANESE WOODEN NETSUKE BENKEI CARRYING TEMPLE BELL

Netsuke. Sitting ox. Made of wood.

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