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Netsuke ~ Cock and hen  Artist: Rantei, Japanese, active 1789-1800  ~  Date: 1750-1800 ~   Sperm whale tooth ~  Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, CA

Netsuke ~ Cock and hen Artist: Rantei, Japanese, active 1789-1800 ~ Date: 1750-1800 ~ Sperm whale tooth ~ Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, CA

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Signed Japanese Netsuke Ivory Tree Frog and Shells. In good condition. Measures 1 inch in height and 1.3 inches wide.

Signed Japanese Netsuke Ivory Tree Frog and Shells. In good condition. Measures 1 inch in height and 1.3 inches wide.

Three beetles on straw sandal; two large beetles fighting and one small beetle watching. Japanese netsuke, made of bamboo, by Hojitsu (法実), 19thC

Three beetles on straw sandal; two large beetles fighting and one small beetle watching. Japanese netsuke, made of bamboo, by Hojitsu (法実), 19thC

A barrel-shaped container made of chyrsanthemum and hinged at the bottom Inside is the figure of Kikujido, a sennin (immortal being) who wrote the magic characters of longevity on chrysanthemum leaves

A barrel-shaped container made of chyrsanthemum and hinged at the bottom Inside is the figure of Kikujido, a sennin (immortal being) who wrote the magic characters of longevity on chrysanthemum leaves

A rare netsuke of a dog playing, in ivory attributed to Okatomo, Japon, Kyoto. XVIII<sup>E</sup> siècle | Lot | Sotheby's

A rare netsuke of a dog playing, in ivory attributed to Okatomo, Japon, Kyoto. XVIII<sup>E</sup> siècle | Lot | Sotheby's

An Ivory Netsuke   Signed Ono Ryoji, Meiji Period (late 19th century)   Of a man struggling with a horse

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An Ivory Netsuke Signed Ono Ryoji, Meiji Period (late 19th century) Of a man struggling with a horse

A Japanese ivory netsuke, 19th century, carved as two quail seated on millet, each bird with inlaid eyes, signed Okatomo, 4cm. wide.   Illustrated

A Japanese ivory netsuke, 19th century, carved as two quail seated on millet, each bird with inlaid eyes, signed Okatomo, 4cm. wide. Illustrated

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