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Netsuke, wood and horn. Japan, 1st half of 19th cent. The professional sneezer who sits on the street tickling himself and then nearly explodes to amuse the bystanders. This motif is quite common, the facial expression on this figure is particularly well-made, realistic and grotesque! Very vivid anatomical details, the small rod and some of the upper teeth are made of horn. Unusually large himotoshi, the signature MI-WA with the typical seal. Very good condition. HEIGHT 3,85 CM

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WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century In the form of a monkey riding on the back of a tortoise. Height 1.5" (3.7 cm).

WOOD NETSUKE In the form of a monkey riding on the back of a tortoise.

Netsuke: Cat Prostitute and Client Japan, 19th century The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Netsuke: Cat Prostitute and Client Japan, century The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Fishstick Monkey

fishstickmonkey: “ Netsuke: Taira-no Koremochi and Demon (Scene of the No Play ‘Momijigari’) Place of creation: Japan Date: First half of the century Taira-no Koremochi was a military leader who.

Frog on Mushroom netsuke.  Matsuda Sukenaga (Japan, 1800-1871).  Japan, mid- Wood with inlays

Matsuda Sukenaga (Japan, 1800 - Frog on Mushroom, century Netsuke, Wood with inlays.

Netsuke: Man with a large bottle in antique ivory. Edo period. Japan.

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Japan, Ghost,  late 18th century, Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection (AC1998.249.96) #halloween

Japan, Ghost, late century, Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection

Hidari Issan (Japan)   Walnut with Recumbent Deer, early 19th century  Netsuke, Walnut with lacquer,

Hidari Issan (Japan) Walnut with Recumbent Deer, early century Netsuke, Walnut with lacquer,

Three rats eating a fish head.  Netsuke: Miniature Sculpture of Japan.  18th-19th century (Edo-Meiji)

japaneseaesthetics: Three rats eating a fish head. Netsuke: Miniature Sculpture of Japan. century (Edo-Meiji) here we have a wonderful Netsuke

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