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Gyokusensai Tomochika (Japan, 1800 - 1873) Bird Cage, early 19th century Netsuke, Wood. LACMA

Gyokusensai Tomochika (Japan, 1800 - 1873) Bird Cage, early 19th century Netsuke, Wood. LACMA

CONTEMPORARY IVORY NETSUKE: Panda Whimsical and finely carved and lacquered, contemporary ivory netsuke; of a panda eating a branch, with double inlaid eyes, by Goto Abe; signed and with signed box

CONTEMPORARY IVORY NETSUKE: Panda Whimsical and finely carved and lacquered, contemporary ivory netsuke; of a panda eating a branch, with double inlaid eyes, by Goto Abe; signed and with signed box

Mammoth ivory Feather and Dew-drop Iwami Netsuke - Natasha Popova, 2006

Mammoth ivory Feather and Dew-drop Iwami Netsuke - Natasha Popova, 2006 - The feather was carved from mammoth tusk, the length is cm, the dew-drop was carved from acril glass.

Japan  Skeleton, 19th century  Netsuke, Ivory with staining, sumi

Japan Skeleton, century Netsuke, Ivory with staining, sumi<<<How the Sherlock fandom will look like when season 4 comes out

Netsuke

Naito Toyomasa Japan, 1773 - 1856 Wasp and Hive first half of century Netsuke ~ Wood with inlays

Netsuke   Summer Singer Cicada

Summer Singer, by Janel Jacobson, Boxwood carving of a large cicada on an apple tree branch;