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    W543 19th .C.Netsuke,HOTEI
The Netsuke dates from the mid to late Meiji period; between 1860 and 1880. The Netsuke depicts a Buddha like figure, carved in ivory and wearing flowing robes.



The figure is bare-chested and he has large ears and balding head.
The well known friendly Hotei.
The figure holds or drags over his shoulder a sack. The sack is plain and almost pebble like, of smooth and polished ivory. The figure itself is decorated with black lines. There are one or two cracks to the ivory, these long filled with dirt; this being part of the process of the ivory drying out over time. There is wonderful detail underneath, to the feet. This beautiful figure has its two holes to the base and back. The figure measures a length of approximately 1.75 inches and it stands approximately 1.5 inches high. This is a delightful example of the Netsuke carvers' art.

Price
n.t.k.


     



    W544.Meiji period.Laughing man
This Netsuke dates from the mid to late Meiji period; between 1860 and 1880. The Netsuke depicts a figure, carved in ivory and wearing flowing robes.



The figure has his head thrown back in laughter with his mouth wide open. He is crouched on the floor, one leg being folded beneath. The figure supports himself with one hand and in his left hand he holds a tablet / writing book. The head is beautifully polished with wear; the detail to the clothing being created with scratched and coloured markings. There is wonderful detail underneath, to the feet and clenched hand. This beautiful figure has its two holes to the base and back. The figure measures a length of approximately 1 inch and it stands approximately 1.5 inches high. This is a delightful example of the Netsuke carvers' art. The figure is in excellent condition, patinated to some areas and polished to others.
Price N.T.K.



  



    W545.19th.C.Buddha
Here is a finely carved Buddha . It depicts buddha with a baby on his shoulder holding a fan. The baby is carrying a horn of some type.

The dimentions of the ivory is 10x5 cm.

The condition of the ivory buddha is very fine.




     



    w 569 inro, netsuke, ojime
A fine japanese netsuke, ojime and inro superb quality and style. Condition// Good condition, few chips to inro. Size// inro 7 cm long.


     



    NR W 572 NETSUKE AAPJE
Een 18 e eeuwse netsuke aapje.
Met sambaso hoed.
Fraaie patina.

Uit Italiaanse prive collectie.


     



    W 739 OKIMONO NOH MASKS
Een Meiji okimono Noh Masks.
Zeer gedetailleerd snijwerk.
Prijs n.t.k.


           



    760 okimono
Charmante okimono.
Platte vorm.


     



    761 Vishnu
Vishnoe, ook Narayana genoemd, is binnen de Hindoe-drie�enheid het
onderhoudende, zorgzame of beschermde aspect van God in de schepping. Hij
is het aspect van God dat alle dingen in het universum doordringt en
onderhoudt. Het scheppende of creatieve deel van God wordt verbeeld door
Brahma en het transformerende of vernietigende aspect door Shiva. Voor de
Vaishnayas (Vishnoevererders) is Vishnoe de oppergod.

De ivoren afbeelding is de zesde incarnatie van Vishnoe, die uiteindelijk
tot Boeddha zal incarneren.




                 



    W 763 Netsuke
Een top fraai gesneden netsuke
Begin 19e eeuw.


           



    w 764
Circa 1870. The boy holding a basket on his shoulders. Attached to a hardwood stand. Dimensions: Height including stand: 13 cm. Condition: Some age cracks. No chips or restoration.


        



    W 769 OKIMONO
The well detailed man with an animal in his pouch. Dimensions: Height: 9.7 cm. Length: 4.6 cm. Condition: Excellent. No chips or restoration. Minimal age crazing


           



    W 772 NETSUKE HOLLANDER MET KAROKE
A JAPANESE NETSUKE IN SHAPE OF A DUCTHMAN WITH A KARAKO ON HIS SHOULDER,Edo PERIOD.
IT IS MADE BY STAG HANTLER BONE WITH A NICE PATINA AND THE CARVING DETAILS ARE GENTLY ROUNDED BY WEAR.
A GOOD ADD FOR A COLLECTION


  



    W 767 OKIMONO LEZER
OKIMONO LEZER.
GESIGMEERD.
19 E EEUW.
PRIJS n.o.t.k


        



    W 775 INRO EN NETSUKE
Size: 8.2 x 5.7 x 2.5cm

Weight: 60g

Material: Wood

Signature: Unsigned

Condition: There are chips and repairs around the edges of the both sides. (himo toshi) and there are also some remains of powders on each case. Otherwise good antique condition with age appropriate wear and flaws.

Technique: Kuro urushinuri Togidashi makie Kinnashiji (inside)

Decoration: Sansui ni keyari zu (landscape with decorated spear case)



This is a beautiful Makie 4 cases Inro depicts landscape with decorated spear case.



Signed NETSUKE (vintage, not Edo period)

Size: 10.3cm x 3cm x 1.8cm Weight:38g

Material: Animals tusk

Signature: Tomomasa

Condition: Good vintage condition with age appropriate wear and flaws.



Decoration: Tenaga ashinaga zu (long arms/long legs)



This is a very nice Netsuke depicts unique Tenaga ashinaga or long arms/long legs figure.



OJIME (Modern made)

Size:1.6cm x 1.6 cm x 1.4cm

Weight: 3g

Material: Glass

Signature: Unsigned

Condition: Good condition with age appropriate wear and flaws.



                    



    W 785 VISHNU
Een zeer fraai rijk bewerkt stuk.
Ca 1900.
Afm. 12 cm


                 



    W 790 INRO
A
Fine
Edo Period
Late 18th Early 19th Century
Taramakie and Hiramakie Lacquer
4 Case Inro
Decorated with Scenary
with a
Nashiji Interior




Dimensions:-
61mm, 2.4" High,
60mm, 2.35" Wide,
22mm, 0.85" Deep.


Condition
See Photos


           



    W 791 INRO EN NETSUKE. EDO
This is a samurai's pillbox called INRO of Japanese Lacquer ware with wooden NETSUKE.
INRO was made 200 years or more ago. It's Japanese Edo era.

INRO was the old samurai's necessaries and was a symbol of authority.
This is lacquered at wood. Real Japanese lacquer is used.
This has very good lacquer work called MAKIE.

INRO in used connditon.
The NETSUKE of KOTSU is the Edo period as well as the pillbox.


                 



    W 794 OKIMONO BRUSHPOT shibayama
Antique 19th century Okimono (carved statue) in the form of a brush pot, decorated with falcon and gold lacquer overlay, very fine detail, made of ox bone. Condition is Very good. Size is 9.5 by 5.5 CM.


        



    W 798 INRO PAARD MEIJI
Een fraaie inro.
Afbeelding van paard in landschap.
Nasiji exterior.
Roodlak binnenkant.


              



    W 806 INDIAN SCULPTURE
Well carved ox bone reclined figurine reading a book, attached to a hardwood base, either of Indian or Burmese origin, circa 1900. Old label on base reads �From SE Asia, 1946. Brought back by Leslie. Royal corps of signals 147 Forgotten Army�.

Dimensions (including stand):
Height: 5.6cm Length: 13.7cm. Carving alone measures 3.3x12.1cm



        



    W 808 Dieppe ivoor
Ivoor DIEPPE.
Een beeld in ivoor moeder, kind.
Fraai en gedetailleerd.
afm. met sokkel 16 en zonder 11 cm.
Prijs n.o.t.k.


                    



    W 821 INRO
A 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE

5 SECTION BLACK LAQUER INRO

WITH OJIME BEAD



        



    W 822 IVOREN DEKSELDOOS MET DIERFIGUREN
Gesneden ivoren Japanse dekseldoos met dierfiguren in deksel - h. 6 cm



           



    w 825 inro and netsuke
Antique Japanese Four Case Lacquer Inro

Dating from the Meiji period..

Two hand carved Ox Bone Netsuke. A Dog and Fukurokujyu holding a scroll.

Hand painted Porcelain Ojime with signature.

SIZE: 39cm from end to end. Wooden case is 8.5cm long. Ox bone man is 8cm tall. Ox bone dog is 3m tall.

Very good antique condition with gentle wear consistent with age and use. Please see photographs


              



    W 844 Danseres in ivoor
An early 20th century carved ivory female figure.

The figure is of a Thai dancer in traditional dress and is mounted on a turned wood ebonised base.

The figure is in very good condition. (Circa 1940)

Height 16cm (6.3 inches)
Width 4.5cm (1.8 inches)
Depth 3.4cm (1.3 inches)
Diameter of Base 7.5cm (3 inches)



              



    w 848 netsuke eiplant
Antique japanese netsuke of three egg plants, incredible carved ox bone piece, full of quality and detail!


              



    w 856 Dieppe ivoor houthakker
Item

DIEPPE Carved Antique Ox Bone , early 20th Cen., Wood cutter, nice!

Description & Condition
Very Well carved , small details, top condition , no damage.

Attached to a wooden base.

Size
6" Tall (15cm) including the wooden base.

Area of product
Europe



              



    W 859 JAPANSE OKIMONO MAN MET KAPPA


        



    W 813 Snuifflesje
Een 19e eeuws chinees snuifflesje.


           



    



    W884 Kanton doosje
Nice Chinese cantonese box .
Size 4,5 x 10x8 cm.


              



    W 893 OKIMONO APEN
Een uitzonderlijk stuk.Gestoken ivoren beeldje van tien apen en karakters op de onderzijde. China/Japan, 19e eeuw. H. 18,5 cm.
Te vergelijke met het beste werk van Masatami.
Prijs .
n.o.t.k.


        



    W 895 CHINESE MEDICIJN BOX
BWG zilveren inklapbare medecinbox in vier delen met emaille decor van medicijnmeesters. Aan de achterzijde diverse teksten. China, 19e eeuw. HxB: 4 x 8 cm.



  



    W 906 JAPANSE OKIMONO DAIKOKU.
Een japanse Meiji periode okimono.
Daikoku ,Fukuraiko en 2 spelende kinderen.
Afm.11x 5,5 cm.
Prijs n.o.t.k.


           



    W 931 APEN OKIMONO
Japanese Ivory Okimono Netsuke Meiji Period
Wonderful Japanese Meiji carving of two monkeys and frog. Dated to about 1890 and measuring 10.5 cm long and 4.5 tallest monkey.. The little monkey is pointing to the frog that is sat on the larger monkey knee. Carved as one piece and in fine condition


        



    



    W 937 Netsuke edo
Netsuke dating back to EDO/ Meiji period.
Erotique okame.
signed.


     



    W 943 Lapis lazuli beeld.
Een Chinees antiek Lapis lazuli beeldje 5x6 cm.
Prijs


        



    w 948 okimono shinto priester met aapje
Description: Japanese ivory figure, MEIJI , carved as Shinto priest with the seated figure of a monkey beside him, 4.5in.


     



    w 949 okimono Oni
Japanese okimono depicted as an ONI immortal with a child kneeling at his feet, 4.5in.


     



    w 957 19 th C. statesman takenouchi no sukune
19th CENTURY JAPANESE NETSUKE: STATESMAN TAKENOUCHI NO SUKUNE

19th Century, Nicely Hand-Carved Netsuke depicting the legendary hero-Statesman Takenouchi no Sukune, sitting on a rock, and holding the baby Emperor Ojin, the 15th Emperor of Japan. Takenouchi, a popular Japanese legend, is said to have drunk from a sacred well, and this helped him to live to be 280 years old.

It measures 3.5cm wide,2.4cm) deep, and 3.5cm) tall. Netsuke has an age hairline (on the rock), but, otherwise, its in excellent condition, as shown in the photos


           



    w 958 vroeg 19th C. hond op een zak
Early 19th Century. Japanese Netsuke, Dog on Sack
Early 19th century Japanese Netsuke: Dog on Sack


Early 19th Century, finely Hand-Carved Netsuke depicting a cute dog sitting on a large sack, with its front paws crossed as though patiently waiting for something or someone. It shows beautiful wear commensurate with its almost 200 years of existence. Use and holding has made the netsuke sleek and lustrous; it feels very smooth in the hand. Very nice patina that gets richer towards the back of the piece. Excellent chimney himotoshi shows signs of use. Unsigned.

Netsuke measures 14mm wide,23mm, deep, and 45mm tall.



           



    w 959 RAIDEN EN RAITARO
ISSHI, 19th Century Japanese Netsuke, Raiden and and Raitaro
19th century Japanese Netsuke: Raiden and Raitaro

Signed Isshi


19th Century, finely Hand-Carved Netsuke depicting Raiden, the God of Thunder, carrying his son, Raitaro, in the a wind-sack that they must have taken from Futen, the God of Winds. This is an excellent example of a popular Japanese legend in a polychrome carving that has worn off with use, but that has gained with it a unique effect and character. Eyes inlaid with copper. Signed Isshi on the base of the netsuke.

This wonderful miniature sculpture measures 2.2cm wide, 3.47cm deep, and 4.5cm tall.

Isshi was a late 19th century artist, according to the MCI, The Meinertzhagen Card Index on Netsuke in the Archives of the British Museum, Part A, page 243



           



    W 960 PADDESTOEL ,SHIBAYAMA
Netsuke antique okimono Mushroom and insect
carved in ivory and mother of pearl; Meiji period
3,8 centimeters
high detailS.
Price 550,00



           



    W 963 Man met daruma pop.
Een Japanse netsuke rond 1900 gemaakt.
Man met Daruma pop.
Ivoor.
afm. 3,5 cm


           



    W 978 NETSUKE BUNKUBU CHAGAMA
A pitted iron tea kettle with a lid and rings, a badger�s head growing out of the front of the kettle and its tail out of the back, representing the story of Bunbuku chagama in which the badger was rescued from some cruel boys by a poor junk dealer. In return for his kindness the badger offers a favor. The junk dealer asks the badger to transform himself into a tea kettle, which he sells to a local temple. A novice monk takes the kettle to the river and begins to scour it with sand, at which the kettle cries out �It hurts!� When the kettle is put on to boil, the badger resumes its real shape and scurries away. The story is said to date back to the Oei era (1294-1428) and to have originated with a magical kettle belonging to the temple Morinji in Kozuke Province, giving rise to many versions.


        



    w 993 chinese amber snuff botl
Een Chinese amber snuifflesje .
Prijs 95,00


  



    w 994 Chinees amber snuff bottle
Een Chinees amber snuifflesje
Prijs 95,00


  



    W 995 Chinees guan yin malachiet
Een Chinese Guan yin in malachiet.
Prijs


        



    Y 101 SHIBAYAMA CARD HOLDER


           



    Y 104 Apen okimono
JAPANESE ANTIQUE 19TH CENT MEIJI PERIOD 1868 - 1912 FINE QUALITY CARVED IVORY OKIMONO MONKEY GROUP.Here a superb quality japanese antique okimono, the subject is of two monkeys mother and baby, the baby is reaching out high,while the mother is grooming herself with a large eagle feather, this amazing fine quality 19th cent meiji period okimono was carved from antique fine ivory and has wonderful carved details all over this beautiful okimono group, size 6cm high, condition very good


           



    Y 109 EDO netsuke
High Rarity Antique Japanese Netsuke.

Motif: Man who is carrying a Hyotan

Height: 6.1cm
Width: 2.1cm
Country of origin : Japan
Age: Meiji era


        



    y 113 netsuke meiji.gamma sennin
Description: JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE OF GAMMA SENNIN
LATE EDO / MEIJI PERIOD
the figure depicted holding his staff and seated on a porous rock, with a tadpole climbing up the side, unmarked
4cm high

Notes: Provenance:
The Symington Grieve Collection of Japanese Works of Art


  



    Y 114 LAPIS LAZULI AAP
Chinees beeld van lapis lazuli
Een gorilla met jong.
gewicht is 675 gram.
hoogte is 10 cm breedte is 8 cm diepte is 7 cm


           



    Y 116 NETSUKE MEIJI
NETSUKE DRIE MUSICERENDE KAROKE.
GESIGNEERD.


           



    Y 120 ZILVER 19E EEUWS DOOSJE INDONESIE
EEN FRAAI 19E EEUWS ZILVEREN INDONESISCH DOOSJE
ACHTERKANT SCHILDPAD STEEN.


           



    W 835 OKIMONO SNAKE CHARMER
EXCELLENTY VERY DETAILED MADE OKIMONO OF A SNAKE CHARMER.
SIZE 6X5 CM.


        



    y 121 netsuke edo
The motif of this Netsuke IS Hotei but he is only suggested.


        



    Y 122 SNUIF DOOSJE BRONS JAPAN MEIJI, EROTISCH
Rare Antique Japanese Meiji Shakudo Bronze & Nude Erotic Snuff Box**

A beautifully detailed snuff box,made from primarily bronze/copper with light patchs of gold to the detail.

Inside revelas a natural carved nude/erotic panel.

The panel is loose, this just needs glueing back in.

Measures 6cm by 4cm by 1.9cm deep.

In good used condition.



Weighs 52 grams,approx.

A beautiful original antique snuff box!


                 



    Y128 NETSUKE MEIJI
Japanse NETSUKE.
Man die nagel knipt.
Meiji periode.
fraaie patina.
afm. 4,5 cm
gesigneerd in parelmoer .




           



    Y 123 CHINEES/ JAPANS PARFUMFLESJE
Een zeer bijzonder snuifflesje/ SNUFF BOTTLE of perfume bottle.
Voorstellende twee kinderen die fruit dragen.
CA. 1880
afm. 8 cm.


        



    Y 141 NETSUKE, POPPENSPELER MET KIND
So about the netsuke itself, it seems like they are a doll maker and his trainee or son (who is also a trainee) making dolls of Gagaku players.
Gagaku is a kind of music, which they played for gods at shrines.
you can tell it from what the dolls have and wear.

the doll on the right has Sensu(fan), bells and he wears Eboshi, Kariginu and Hakama, which could mean they play the tune of Ebisu.
the doll on the left has a mask, should be the dancer.



              



    y 136 Japanse netsuke hotei
Japanse netsuke voorstellende hotei met karoke.
Stag horn.


     



    y 137 Japanse netsuke edo
Een edo netsuke.


        



    y 138 Japanse netsuke EDO,okame
Japanse netsuke voorstellende okame.


        



    Y 146 NETSUKE SHISIH BOXWOOD
boxwood Meiji netsuke
Shishi met bal in de mond.
afm. 4 cm.


        



    Y 148 NETSUKE MET ONI
Man with Climbing Oni.
Meiji periode.

afm. 4 cm.
prijs


     



    Y 156 NETSUKE TIJGER
NETSUKE TIJGER.
EDO PERIODE.
STAG ANTLER


        



    Y 158 SHISHI EDO
EEN BIJZONDERE NETSUKE.
SHISHI.
ZEER FRAAIE PATINA VERKREGEN DOOR JAREN EN JAREN DRAGEN.


              



    Y 159 NOH MASKER
IVOREN NETSUKE NOH MASKER GESIGNEERD.


  



    Y 160 NETSUKE KRAB
ivoren NETSUKE VAN EEN KRAB.


  



    Y 162 NETSUKE PAARD EN RATJE
IVOREN NETSUKE VAN EEN PAARD MET EEN RATJE OPDE RUG.
GESIGNEERD.


     



    Y 163 NETSUKE/ OKIMONO
JAPANSE NETSUKE/ OKIMONO VAN EEN RAKAN.


  



    y 135 Japanse netsuke Meiji.
Artist: gyokko
Japanse netsuke Meiji.
n.t.k
signatuur:Gyokko


        



    w 753 netsuke oni en okame
Artist: GYOKUZAN
Netsuke Oni met Okame.
Meiji.


           



    967 Hidekazu netsuke hotei
Artist: Hidekazu
netsuke of Hotei, the Chines Buddist monk of the late 9th century, who ignored conventional behavior and roamed the country with his few belongings. He personifies the Buddhist principle of non attachment, which is at the root of his insouciance. He is often shown among children, who play pranks on him. His attribute is a sack holding his few belongings. Hotei is the most popular of the Gods of Good Luck and rich contentment. The Netsuke is signed at the bottom by the artist Hidekazu, active in early 19th century.

material: ivory, pupils and ears inlaid in horn

measures: 4 cm high

condition: perfect



           



    W 797 OKIMONO MEIJI
Artist: Hokei
A fine okomono.
It tell us a story:
The boy is trying to get the monkey out of the tree by offering it a piece of fruit.
The dog is barking.
The older figure is callling to the dog to be quiet.
Meiji or possible earlier.
Well signed on bottom.
Price private collection


                          



    y 115 netsuke Meiji
Artist: HOZAN
Netsuke muzikant en karoke.
GESIGNEERD.
HOZAN


              



    y 132Japanse netsuke Meiji.
Artist: jugyoko
Jugyoku

He looks like a Kozo (a trainee boy at a store) on an errand or something from how he wears and what he has on his back. robably from 8-9 to early teenage.
You can tell from his hairstyle, it's called Sumimae-gami and it was a boy's hairstyle before they get Genpuku (coming-of-age ceremony).


        



    y 131 Japanse netsuke Meiji.
Artist: Jushi
Japanse netsuke Meiji.
n.t.k
gesigneerd:
Jushi


     



    Y 164 GAMMA SENNIN
Artist: Kosei
IVOREN NETSUKE GAMMA SENNIN .
Gesigneerd:Kosei


  



    Y 143 , NETSUKE, MAN BIJ WATERPUT. MEIJI.
Artist: Kyozan
NETSUKE MAN bij waterput.


           



    y 133 Japanse netsuke Meiji.
Artist: masatoshi
Japanse netsuke Meiji.
n.t.k

signatuur: Masatoshi


        



    Y 149 NETSUKE TENGU
Artist: Masatoshi
JAPAN ANTIQUE NETSUKE TENGU

MEIJI PERIODE


JAPAN

ORIGINAL

HOHE 3 cm

inlaid buffalo horn


        



    W 803 INRO EDO PERIODE
Artist: koami Nagaharu
Een gesigneerde EDO periode inro.
Signatuur:Koami Nagaharu
His symbol stamp on the bottom.


Netsuke eveneens EDO.


                 



    W 817 OKIMONO DAIKOKU MET RATJES
Artist: Ozan
Okimono DAIKOKU met vele ratjes.
Prijs n.t. k
GESIGNEERD OZAN


        



    W 558
Artist: shizuyuki seishi
Een topstuk.
Belangrijk stuk ca. 1890
Zeer gedetailleerde okimono
rond 1900.
gesigneerd.

afm. 17 x 13 cm.

prijs :N.O.T.K



           



    W 964 Sh�d� NETSUKE MAN OP SANDALEN
Artist: Sh�d�
Een meester netsuke .
20e eeuw.
Man met stro sandalen.
Ivoor.
Zeer sterk personlijkheid door de netsuke shi meesterlijk weergegeven.
Gesigneerd : Shodo
Zie het boek Contemporary netsuke, Kinsey.


           



    W 935 netsuke moeder en kind
Artist: Shomei
Original ivory carved japanese netsuke. Meiji period. Subject: Mother and Child. Signed to the bottom.absolutely hand carved master piece, incredible details, bears a good patina, himotoshi well worn. Size: approx 6.2 cm Long and it is in good antique condition.

signed: Shomei
Note: A reference to Shomei and his signature may be found in page 970 of George Lazarnick's book "Netsuke and Inro Artists, and How to Read their Signatures, 1982 edition.


                 



    Y 153 NETSUKE MEIJI, AAP OP SCHILDPAD
Artist: Shosei
JAPANESE ANTIQUE 19TH CENT SIGNED NETSUKE
Height: 3.0 cm
MEIJI PERIOD


           



    Y157 NETSUKE VISSERSJONGEN
Artist: shozan
NETSUKE.
VISSERSJONGEN.


           



    W 907.JAPANSE OKIMONO.MEIJI.Tamahide
Artist: Tamahide
Een charmante Meiji periode Japanse okimono.
Vader met kind.
afm. 9x 8 cm.
Gesigneerd in rood lak : Tamahide
Prijs : n.o.t.k.


                       



    100 NETSUKE MEIJI
Artist: Tamaichi
Netsuke karoke.
MEIJI.
gesigneerd: Tamaichi


           



    W 858 MAN MET AAPJE
Artist: TAMANO
MAN MET AAPJE.
MEIJI PERIODE.
GESIGNEERD: 玉之 TAMANO


                    



    Y155 NETSUKE
Artist: tamaya
FRAAIE NETSUKE MET VERHAAL.
MOKUGYO being polished by trainee buddhizm monks.
GOEDE PATINA EN DETAILS


              



    y 151 netsuke
Artist: tomotada
Netsuke Kadori myojin on kamazu.

Height: 2.4 cm

JAPANESE ANTIQUE 19TH CENTURY MEIJI PERIOD SUPERB FINE
Netsuke Namazu on Samurai

Height: 2.5 cm
Portraying the subduer of earthquakes sitting on the earthquake fish .
QUALITY ivoryNETSUKE

EARLY MEIJI PERIOD 1880s

Age: 1850-1899

Primary Material:

ANTIQUE 19TH CENT Ivory.
Signature reads 友忠, Tomotada.
Although a really powerful netsuke I donot think it was made bij Tomotada.


              



    y 134 Japanse netsuke Meiji.
Artist: tomoyama
Japanse netsuke Meiji.
n.t.k
signatuur:Tomoyama(as a family name) or Chizan(as an artist name


           



    W 793 INRO en netsuke EDO PERIODE
Artist: Toshi
Een bijzondere Inro met 7 compartimenten.
Edo periode.
Gesigneerd.TOSHI ROKUJUKU KOREWO EGAKU
Overige tekens zouden betekenen : vervaardigd op 69 jarige leeftijd.
Netsuke van later datum Meiji periode.
Gesigneerd
Prijs


                       



    Y 124 OKIMONO, Kintaro en Shutendoji.
Artist: ungaku
Kintaro geholpen door zijn moeder ( een bergheks),
in gevecht met de demon Shutendoji.

Gesigneerd; Ungaku.

Afmetingen : H.: 7.5
PRIJS:
Voor een vergelijkbaar stuk van deze maker:
Auction 18A, Lot No. 1265 Nagel Auktionen


                 



    768 okimono poppenmaker
Artist: Yoshimasa
OKIMONO GESIGNEERD.
POPPENMAKER.
19E EEUW.YOSHIMASA.
YOSHIMASA is a student of YOSHINAGA from Kyoto.

He's a student of 吉長, one of the 3 meisters who started Kyoto school of NETSUKE curving

PRIJS n.o.t.k.


  
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