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Japanese Pipe, Case and Tobacco Pouch with Carp.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1920   item# 1129299 (stock# 3360)

Japanese Pipe, Case and Tobacco Pouch with Carp.
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$ 460 / shipping included 

The leather tobacco pouch decorated with a carp, the clasp made of colored metal, the kiseruzutsu worked in lacquered woven bamboo and a negoro lacquer ojime. The simple pipe made of bamboo and metal. Condition: few traces of usage. Dimension: pouch: 12.9 cm x 7.2 cm, case and pipe: 21.9 cm long.


Japanese Ivory Manju Netsuke with Okina Mask, 19th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1092315 (stock# 3633)

Japanese Ivory Manju Netsuke with Okina Mask, 19th C.
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$ 720 / shipping included 

Ivory manju of rectangular shape with rounded corners. Carved with a Noh theater mask of Okina, depicting an old man with circular tufts of hair at the corners of the mouth and forehead. Himotoshi, unsigned. Condition: age hairlines. Dimension: 4.1 cm x 3.1 cm x 1 cm. CITES documents are obtained if required.


Japanese Tonkotsu with Shibayama Manju.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1092157 (stock# 3627)

Japanese Tonkotsu with Shibayama Manju.
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$1,400 / shipping included 

An octagonal tobacco case made of wood, the front side depicting an oni demon holding a gong and a striker, plastically inlaid in ivory. The back side with two tablets, one with an engraved oni and the other signed "Ichiraku", an artist active mid 19th century. The ivory manju inlaid in different metals with the lucky god Daikoku holding a box with a rat on top. Further inlays in coral and malachite. Signed on a mother-of-pearl tablet "Shibayama". Unsigned ivory ojime with dr ...click for details


Early 19th C. Japanese Ivory Netsuke of Sarumawashi.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1088287 (stock# 2848)

Early 19th C. Japanese Ivory Netsuke of Sarumawashi.
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$2,500 / shipping included 

Expressively carved netsuke of a monkey trainer with his trained animal on his shoulder. These strolling performers were part of the New Year entertainments. Beautiful patina and himotoshi. Not standing by itself, unsigned. Condition: one foot glued. Dimension: 6.9 cm high x 2.8 cm wide. CITES documents are obtained if required.


Japanese Ivory Shibayama Manju Netsuke, Signed.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1078382 (stock# 3166)

Japanese Ivory Shibayama Manju Netsuke, Signed.
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$ 990 / shipping included 

A manju netsuke consisting of two ivory discs, of easily different size. Inlaid with mother-of-pearl, metal and another organic material. One signed on a mother-of-pearl tablet "Shibayama saku", the other one with sparrow design "Shibayama Yasunobu", an artist active 1850-1880 in Edo. Condition: the two discs with traces of former cohering, the rim of the larger disc with few really tiny chips. Dimension: diameter: 4.9 cm and 5.1 cm, 2 cm thick. CITES documents are requested ...click for details


Japanese Carved Stag Antler Netsuke of Hare-Men Mask.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Netsuke and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1074098 (stock# 3978)

Japanese Carved Stag Antler Netsuke of Hare-Men Mask.
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$ 860 / shipping included 

Made of stag horn with inlaid eyes in black horn. These masks were called hare-men (lit. swollen masks) and used for the bungaku dance Ni no mai. Condition: fine. Dimension: 4.1 cm high x 3.4 cm wide.

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