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Ivory netsuke depicting a man carrying a branch over his shoulders with a sack tied to one end and a child standing on a rope at the other end.

Ivory netsuke depicting a man carrying a branch over his shoulders with a sack tied to one end and a child standing on a rope at the other end.

玉光斎が作った江戸期の根付

玉光斎が作った江戸期の根付

19th C. Japanese Carved Ivory Netsuke. Finely carved and stained man with child. Signed on bottom. Measures - 2 1/4" high, weighs - 21.3 grams.

19th C. Japanese Carved Ivory Netsuke. Finely carved and stained man with child. Signed on bottom. Measures - 2 1/4" high, weighs - 21.3 grams.

JAPANESE CARVED IVORY NETSUKE Meiji Period (1868-1912). Signed. Of two armored warriors, carrying defense weapons. Height 1 3/4 inches.

JAPANESE CARVED IVORY NETSUKE Meiji Period (1868-1912). Signed. Of two armored warriors, carrying defense weapons. Height 1 3/4 inches.

Ivory Netsuke of a Man on a Horse, Japan, 19th century, surrounded by six men in various poses including a horse attendant, two children in baskets on the horse's back, signed "Chounsai Gyokumin (長雲齋 玉眠)" to circular base, ht. 2 1/8, dia. to 2 in.

Ivory Netsuke of a Man on a Horse, Japan, 19th century, surrounded by six men in various poses including a horse attendant, two children in baskets on the horse's back, signed "Chounsai Gyokumin (長雲齋 玉眠)" to circular base, ht. 2 1/8, dia. to 2 in.

Figurine (Man carrying one child; three children at his feet.); Ivory, Japan, late 19th century, 16.5 x 10.8 x 9.5 cm. An okimono may be a small Japanese carving, similar to, but larger than netsuke. Unlike netsuke, which had a specific purpose, okimono were purely decorative and were displayed in the tokonoma.

Figurine (Man carrying one child; three children at his feet.); Ivory, Japan, late 19th century, 16.5 x 10.8 x 9.5 cm. An okimono may be a small Japanese carving, similar to, but larger than netsuke. Unlike netsuke, which had a specific purpose, okimono were purely decorative and were displayed in the tokonoma.

An Ivory Netsuke Signed Hoshin, Edo Period (19th century) Of Shoki kneeling in front of a tsuitate sharpening his sword, with an oni climbing on the back of another to peer over 3.9cm. high

An Ivory Netsuke Signed Hoshin, Edo Period (19th century) Of Shoki kneeling in front of a tsuitate sharpening his sword, with an oni climbing on the back of another to peer over 3.9cm. high

Japanese Netsuke Child bathing

Japanese Netsuke Child bathing

Mother, Child and Pup  Okimono Netsuke, Unsigned

Mother, Child and Pup Okimono Netsuke, Unsigned

Ivory Netsuke Of Shojo's Dream By Hidemasa II (Japan) #netsuke

Ivory Netsuke Of Shojo's Dream By Hidemasa II (Japan) #netsuke

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