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Book: “The Inro Handbook” by Raymond Bushell

Traditional Collectibles: Books: References: Antiques: Contemporary   item# 1305474 (stock#BK11)

Book: “The Inro Handbook” by Raymond Bushell
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Ancient East
407-234-0153



 

DESCRIPTION: “The Inro Handbook, Studies of Netsuke, Inro and Lacquer” was written for collectors who have discovered the delights of the miniature Japanese art forms. This authoritative and enlightening book offers a wealth of valuable information and is written by one of the foremost collectors and scholars in the field, Raymond Bushell. Affording entry into a world of fascinating design and superb craftsmanship, the book covers the subject in a thorough manner with beautiful color illustrati ...click for details


SHOJI, Kyoto School Netsuke: Boy Eating a Cake

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1305389 (stock#88)

SHOJI, Kyoto School Netsuke:  Boy Eating a Cake
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Forestangel Asian Antiques
305-386-1474



 

This a Kyoto School Netsuke, carved in the 19h century, that depicts a standing Boy, who is carrying a large bag over his shoulder, and is happily eating a piece of Cake. Signed Shoji, on the edge of the boy's robe, in the back. Wonderful mellow patina. Charming and interesting, but seldom seen depiction of Daily life in Japan. Netsuke measures 0.98 inches (2.5cm) wide, and, 2.05 inches (5.2cm) tall. It has some age hairlines, common to netsuke this old, but, it is solid, and otherwise, i ...click for details


Late 18th C. Kyoto School Netsuke: Laughing Hotei

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1800   item# 1305382 (stock#87)

Late 18th C. Kyoto School Netsuke:  Laughing Hotei
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Forestangel Asian Antiques
305-386-1474



 

This a Kyoto School Netsuke, carved in Late 18th century, that depicts a seated and laughing Hotei. His robe falling open to reveal a large belly. The robe with incised leave branches. Hotei's hand and feet unsually large. Large, faithful time-period chimney himotoshi. Wonderful two-tone patina. Netsuke measures 1.55 inches (3.9cm) wide, and 1.45 inches (3.7cm) tall. It has some age hairlines, common to netsuke this old, but, it is solid, and otherwise, in excellent condition.


YOSHIHARU, 19th Century Japanese Boxwood Netsuke: Karako with Mask

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1305369 (stock#86)

YOSHIHARU, 19th Century Japanese Boxwood Netsuke: Karako with Mask
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Forestangel Asian Antiques
305-386-1474



 

19th Century, Boxwood Netsuke finely hand-carved and engraved boxwood netsuke depicting a squatting Karako (Chinese Boy), wearing the customary Chinese garb, holding a Hyotokko mask with both hands. Signed Yoshiharu on the bottom of the netsuke. Nice compact form; great expression and form details; nice mellow patina. Netsuke measures 1.35 inches (3.4cm) wide, and 1.48 inches (3.8cm) tall. It is in excellent condition, as you may be able to see in the posted photos.


SHOGYOKU, 19th Century Japanese Boxwood Netsuke: Hotei with Fan

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1305368 (stock#85)

SHOGYOKU, 19th Century Japanese Boxwood Netsuke: Hotei with Fan
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Forestangel Asian Antiques
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19th Century, Boxwood Netsuke finely hand-carved boxwood netsuke depicting a seated Hotei, the god of Contentment and Happiness, smiling and holding a Fan on his right hand. Signed Shogyoku on the bottom of the netsuke. Nice compact form; wonderful symmetry and patina. Netsuke measures 1.60 inches (4.,0cm) in diameter, and 1.15 inches (2.9cm) tall. It is in excellent condition, as you may be able to see in the posted photos.


Japanese Stag Antler Netsuke of a Peasant Holding a Wine Gourd

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1305349

Japanese Stag Antler Netsuke of a Peasant Holding a Wine Gourd
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Helen M Edwards
+61 7 46359850



US$570 

Height: 4.0cm (1.6 in)
Width: 2.1cm (0.8 in)

Quality antler netsuke of a peasant holding a wine gourd; tiny teeth in mouth; good condition



Japanese Lacquered Wood Netsuke of a Girl Holding a Bird

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1305348

Japanese Lacquered Wood Netsuke of a Girl Holding a Bird
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Helen M Edwards
+61 7 46359850



US$280 

Height: 5.1cm (2.0 in)
Width: 3.2cm (1.2 in)
Depth: 2.3cm (0.9 in)

Wooden netsuke of a young girl holding a bird; old lacquer and polychrome is worn



Large Chinese Burl Toggle, 18th C.

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Folk Art: Pre 1800   item# 1305077 (stock#SN65)

Large Chinese Burl Toggle, 18th C.
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Ancient East
407-234-0153



 

DESCRIPTION: A wonderful example of Chinese utilitarian folk art, this circular burl toggle (guajian) is shaped like a large convex button with a loop carved in back for suspension by a cord from the belt or sash. This would serve as a counterweight for a hanging tobacco pouch or other object of use to the wearer. Carved from a single piece of richly grained burl wood, it has the wear and deep patina typical of an older wooden folk piece. In fine condition and dating from the 18th C., Qing D ...click for details


19th Century Japanese Boxwood Netsuke: Hotei in his Treasure Bag

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1305065 (stock#84)

19th Century Japanese Boxwood Netsuke: Hotei in his Treasure Bag
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Forestangel Asian Antiques
305-386-1474



 

19th Century, Boxwood Netsuke finely hand-carved boxwood netsuke depicting Hotei, the god of Contentment and Happiness, peeking out of his Treasure Bag. Nice compact form; wonderful symmetry and patina. Netsuke measures 1.42 inches (3.6cm) in diameter, and 1.08 inches (2.7cm) tall. It is in excellent condition, as you may be able to see in the posted photos.


MASAMITSU, Japanese Sugi Wood Netsuke, Okame amid Mushrooms -UNIQUE

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1305064 (stock#83)

MASAMITSU, Japanese Sugi Wood Netsuke, Okame amid Mushrooms -UNIQUE
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Forestangel Asian Antiques
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This is a 19th century, Japanese hand-carved, unique, one-of-a-kind, Sugi Wood (Japanese Cedar) Netsuke depicting a couple of large mushrooms, with a three-dimensional image of Okame right in front of them. Very nicely detailed mushroom gills. Three smaller mushrooms appear on the base of the large mushrooms. The spaces between the mushrooms serve as natural himotoshi. It is signed Masamitsu on the base of the mushroom on the right of the Okame image. Netsuke measures 1.54 inches (3. ...click for details


19th C. Japanese Copper and Sentoku Netsuke: Daruma

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1305063 (stock#82)

19th C. Japanese Copper and Sentoku Netsuke: Daruma
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Forestangel Asian Antiques
305-386-1474



 

This is an nicely executed Copper and Sentoku (Copper and tin alloy = Bronze) 19th Century Netsuke depicting a sitting Daruma engaged in meditation, completely covered by his robe. Daruma's face and chest are make of Sentoku. A roper ring at the bottom functions as himotoshi. Wonderful detail and composition, which is rare for a metal netsuke, have been used in the creation of this piece, which has been preserved in an outstanding manner. Unsigned Netsuke measures 1.68 inches (4 ...click for details


19th Century Japanese Wood Netsuke, Hamaguri Shell with Village Scene

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1305062 (stock#81)

19th Century Japanese Wood Netsuke, Hamaguri Shell with Village Scene
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Forestangel Asian Antiques
305-386-1474



 

This is a fine Cypress Wood Netsuke carved in the form of an opened Hamaguri Shell with a a very detailed miniature gazebo fill with household furnishings and figures that are either pacing or sitting around a table. A large pine tree covers a side of the house. Wonderfully preserved with a rich patina. It measures 1.56 inches (4.0cm) wide, and 1.15 inches (2.9cm) tall.


IKKO, 19th Century. Japanese Wood Mask Netsuke, Kyogen character Buaku

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1305007 (stock#80)

IKKO, 19th Century. Japanese Wood Mask Netsuke, Kyogen character Buaku
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Forestangel Asian Antiques
305-386-1474



 

This is an excellent example of the traditional Japanese male mask, Buaku, finely carved in the 19th century. Buaku, is one of the character of the Japanese comic theater, Kyogen, that is commonly associated with demonic roles. Although the mask presents a fearsome expression, its nothing but a farce, because humor is at the heart of the Kyogen play. The mask is highly detailed and polished. It is signed Ikko on the horizontal bar that serves as the mask's himotoshi, on the back ...click for details


GORO, Japanese Wood Netsuke, Toads Wrestling

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1305005 (stock#79)

GORO, Japanese Wood Netsuke, Toads Wrestling
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Forestangel Asian Antiques
305-386-1474



 

This is a nicely detailed, hand-carved Wood Netsuke depicting a couple of Toads engaged in an intense Wrestling pose on top of a mushroom cap. Action oriented figure with very good symmetry and form. Signed in Hiragana script: Goro, an unregistered artist, who may have worked during the 19th century or earlier, when Hiragana script was used the most. Netsuke measures 1.30 inches (3.3cm) in diameter - at the base (mushroom cap), and 1.86 inches (4.8cm) tall. It is in excellent conditon, as m ...click for details


19th C. Japanese Bronze and Copper Netsuke: Dragon on Dojoji Bell

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1305001 (stock#78)

19th C. Japanese Bronze and Copper Netsuke: Dragon on Dojoji Bell
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Forestangel Asian Antiques
305-386-1474



 

This is an excellently executed mid-19th Century Netsuke depicting a Copper Dragon over the Dojoji Bell, made from Bronze. This dragon is the converted Kiyohime, the daughter of an innkeeper who turned this way after being rejected by the pilgrim Inchin. Wonderful detail and composition, which is rare for a metal netsuke, have been used in the creation of this piece, which has been preserved in an outstanding manner. It is considered a functional netsuke in that it was not only used as a ...click for details

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