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Manjū netsuke depicting Daikoku scattering coins for Ebisu.  Ashmolean Museum.

Manjū netsuke depicting Daikoku scattering coins for Ebisu. Ashmolean Museum.

JAPANESE IVORY ELEPHANT NETSUKE - by Gulfcoast Coin and Jewelry

JAPANESE IVORY ELEPHANT NETSUKE - by Gulfcoast Coin and Jewelry

Manjū netsuke depicting Kintarō wrestling with a snakefront - The nobleman Yasumasa is unaware that the villainous Hakadamare has crept up behind him to rob him. Hakadamare was overcome by the beauty of the flute music in the moonlight and desisted from the deed. Yasumasa rewarded him handsomely. - mid-19th century. Artist/Maker: Hōryūsai Meijitsu (active mid-19th century)

Manjū netsuke depicting Kintarō wrestling with a snakefront - The nobleman Yasumasa is unaware that the villainous Hakadamare has crept up behind him to rob him. Hakadamare was overcome by the beauty of the flute music in the moonlight and desisted from the deed. Yasumasa rewarded him handsomely. - mid-19th century. Artist/Maker: Hōryūsai Meijitsu (active mid-19th century)

Rare Japanese Silver / Gold Netsuke - Edo to Meiji

Rare Japanese Silver / Gold Netsuke - Edo to Meiji

Manjū netsuke depicting Saigyō Hōshi in a ferryfront.  The twelfth-century priest and poet Saigyō Hōshi travelling in a ferry with two entertainers. Date c. 1830 - Artist/maker Hakuyōsai Kōgyoku (active c. 1830)

Manjū netsuke depicting Saigyō Hōshi in a ferryfront. The twelfth-century priest and poet Saigyō Hōshi travelling in a ferry with two entertainers. Date c. 1830 - Artist/maker Hakuyōsai Kōgyoku (active c. 1830)

Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-OK3AKYmXjCM/TgycC9n13KI/AAAAAAAAJcE/teBr2PftDuE/s1600/netsuke-rat.png

Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-OK3AKYmXjCM/TgycC9n13KI/AAAAAAAAJcE/teBr2PftDuE/s1600/netsuke-rat.png

Manjū ivory netsuke depicting Taira no Koremochi with a witch - Japan, 1860 - 1890 - Artist/maker Ichiyūsai Naoharu (active c. 1860 - c. 1890) - http://jameelcentre.ashmolean.org/object/EA2001.75

Manjū ivory netsuke depicting Taira no Koremochi with a witch - Japan, 1860 - 1890 - Artist/maker Ichiyūsai Naoharu (active c. 1860 - c. 1890) - http://jameelcentre.ashmolean.org/object/EA2001.75

Manjū netsuke depicting manzai dancers at New Yearfront.   manzai  Manzai dancing originated in China and has been performed in Japan since the eighth century. Traditional manzai had two representatives from a shrine or temple. One of them played the ‘wit’ and the other the ‘straight man’. Date c. 1800 - 1872 / Artist/maker: Hōjitsu Meikeisai (c. 1800 - 1872)

Manjū netsuke depicting manzai dancers at New Yearfront. manzai Manzai dancing originated in China and has been performed in Japan since the eighth century. Traditional manzai had two representatives from a shrine or temple. One of them played the ‘wit’ and the other the ‘straight man’. Date c. 1800 - 1872 / Artist/maker: Hōjitsu Meikeisai (c. 1800 - 1872)

Manjū netsuke depicting Chōhi and Kan'ufront // Chōhi and Kan’u were two famous generals fighting for the cause of a third general, Ryūbi, to become the rightful leader of the state of Shu Han. // early 19th century Artist/maker: Genryōsai Minkoku (active mid-19th century)

Manjū netsuke depicting Chōhi and Kan'ufront // Chōhi and Kan’u were two famous generals fighting for the cause of a third general, Ryūbi, to become the rightful leader of the state of Shu Han. // early 19th century Artist/maker: Genryōsai Minkoku (active mid-19th century)

Manjū netsuke with a takarabune, or treasure ship.  Ashmolean Museum.

Manjū netsuke with a takarabune, or treasure ship. Ashmolean Museum.

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