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Boxwood Netsuke MICE ON BOX Carving SALE! WN152

Boxwood Netsuke MICE ON BOX Carving SALE! WN152

Boxwood Netsuke MICE ON BOX Carving SALE! WN152

Losing a Tooth while Pounding Rice netsuke.  Jobun. Wood with inlays.  Japan, late 18th-early 19th century

Jobun (Japan) Losing a Tooth while Pounding Rice, late century Netsuke, Boxwood with inlays

Wonderful antique Japanese netsuke of a monk fast asleep on a temple bell, carved of boxwood with painted details, Meiji Period, signed: Kyusai (1879-1938). He carved this netsuke between the ages of 36-49,well-known for carving mokugyo, temple bells, in various themes. Size: 2 1/8" // - Maria Elena Garcia - ► www.pinterest.com... ◀︎

Wonderful antique Japanese netsuke of a monk fast asleep on a temple bell, carved of boxwood with painted details, Meiji Period, signed: Kyusai

WOOD NETSUKE Contemporary By Susan Wright. Depicting a seated woman with grain sack and basket being observed by a bird perched on her shoulder. Signed on gold inlaid plaque. Length 1.6" (4 cm).

WOOD NETSUKE Contemporary By Susan Wright. Depicting a seated woman with grain sack and basket being observed by a bird perched on her shoulder. Signed on gold inlaid plaque.

WOOD NETSUKE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Depicting a dog with finely carved fur details. Inlaid eyes. Faintly signed on plaque on base. Height 1.5" (3.81 cm).

WOOD NETSUKE Late Century Depicting a dog with finely carved fur details. Faintly signed on plaque on base.

Netsuke of a maskmaker with a box of masks  Cornell University Library   http://library24.library.cornell.edu:8280/luna/servlet/s/r00vz3

Netsuke of a maskmaker with a box of masks Cornell University Library

shoki smoking netsuke - Поиск в Google

shoki smoking netsuke - Поиск в Google

WOOD NETSUKE Depicting a sarumawashi entertainer with his monkey. Height 2.3"

WOOD NETSUKE Circa 1800 Depicting a sarumawashi entertainer with his monkey.

Rabbit and Monkey - Naito Toyomasa (Japan, 1773 - 1856). Rabbit and Monkey, first half of 19th century. Japanese Netsuke, Wood with inlays. LACMA

Rabbit and Monkey - Naito Toyomasa (Japan, 1773 - Rabbit and Monkey, first half of century. Japanese Netsuke, Wood with inlays.

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