Japanese Art SESSION I
WOOD NETSUKE By Gyokurintei. In the form of two battling samurai. Signed.
18th/19th Century 700/900
WOOD NETSUKE In the form of shoki beating on an oni. Signed “Hide...” . Height 2.25”.
Early 19th Century 2,000/2,500
WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century In the form of a puppy with double inlaid eyes seated in a humorous position. Signed (possibly Yuko). Length 2”. 600/800
WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century By Masamitsu. In the form of a shishi holding a brocade ball with a loose ball floating inside. Signed. Height 1.25”. 1,500/2,000
INLAID WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century In the form of a wolf with inlaid eyes, feasting on a bone while leaning against a tree branch that forms the himotoshi. Height 1.5”. 1,000/1,500
WOOD NETSUKE 18th Century By Miwa. Depicting Kiyohime wrapping herself about the bell of Anchin. Anchin can be viewed through a crack in the bell. Signed. Length 1.3”. 1,200/1,500
INLAID WOOD NETSUKE 18th Century By Miwa. In the form of a seated man examining a tea jar while wearing a short sword. Ivory inlays. Signed. Height 1”. 1,500/2,000
WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century By Miwa. Depicting six children preparing for a parade with a shishi costume. Signed on inlaid lacquer plaque. Length 1.5”. 2,000/2,500
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