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19th Century Isawa School Ivory Netsuke  Ebizu and Daikoku Riding Large Carp  Signature: Meigyoku, Circa: 19th Century A beautifully skilled rendering of Ebizu and Daikoku, the Japanese gods of bounty, clowning on top a large carp. Done in great detail; from the varied patterns of Ebizu’s robe and his characteristic fishing pole, to the faux wood grain on Daikoku’s mallet, a warm golden patination covers the entirety of ivory.

19th Century Isawa School Ivory Netsuke Ebizu and Daikoku Riding Large Carp Signature: Meigyoku, Circa: 19th Century A beautifully skilled rendering of Ebizu and Daikoku, the Japanese gods of bounty, clowning on top a large carp. Done in great detail; from the varied patterns of Ebizu’s robe and his characteristic fishing pole, to the faux wood grain on Daikoku’s mallet, a warm golden patination covers the entirety of ivory.

Babywearing Chinese Warrior. Real men wear babies. 19th century carved Japanese ivory netsuke

Babywearing Chinese Warrior. Real men wear babies. 19th century carved Japanese ivory netsuke

Art Object | The Metropolitan Museum Mobile  This devotional statuette of the Virgin, reigning as the Queen of Heaven, and Christ child reveals their playful rapport; it includes a dove or goldfinch, symbolizing the soul and its resurrection.

Art Object | The Metropolitan Museum Mobile This devotional statuette of the Virgin, reigning as the Queen of Heaven, and Christ child reveals their playful rapport; it includes a dove or goldfinch, symbolizing the soul and its resurrection.

【政之 Masayuki】Large Antique Japanese Ivory Netsuke  Three Karako Matsuri-bayashi  Signature: Masayuki, Circa: 19th century

【政之 Masayuki】Large Antique Japanese Ivory Netsuke Three Karako Matsuri-bayashi Signature: Masayuki, Circa: 19th century

Figure of a sleeping Shojo, a mythical creature  with a liking for drinking sake. A kindly creature from Japanese mythology, Shojos live on the bottom of the sea.  Netsuke - Japan, 1750-1850

Figure of a sleeping Shojo, a mythical creature with a liking for drinking sake. A kindly creature from Japanese mythology, Shojos live on the bottom of the sea. Netsuke - Japan, 1750-1850

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