September 10, 2014
goldsumo:

悪魔ノ天秤

goldsumo:

悪魔ノ天秤

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August 22, 2014
pmikos:

Netsuke depicting Raiden, the god of wind, thunder and lightning, Japan, 19th century, carved ivory.

pmikos:

Netsuke depicting Raiden, the god of wind, thunder and lightning, Japan, 19th century, carved ivory.

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August 20, 2014
fujitsubohime:

Netsuke. Woman embracing phallus. Made of ivory.
Edo Period
Date1800-1850

fujitsubohime:

Netsuke. Woman embracing phallus. Made of ivory.

Edo Period

Date1800-1850

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July 21, 2014
sinyasiki:

U2714】在銘 根付 三竦(すくみ) 頭蓋骨 髑髏 蛇 蛙 蛞蝓 - ヤフオク!

sinyasiki:

U2714】在銘 根付 三竦(すくみ) 頭蓋骨 髑髏 蛇 蛙 蛞蝓 - ヤフオク!

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July 7, 2014
japaneseaesthetics:

Wood Netsuke of a hare.  Artist Ranko, 19th century, Japan.

japaneseaesthetics:

Wood Netsuke of a hare.  Artist Ranko, 19th century, Japan.

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July 6, 2014
japaneseaesthetics:

Whale Tooth Netsuke of a Kingfisher SoldOsaka, Japan Mid 19th century Signed Kaigyoku Masatsugu (Kaigyokusai Masatsugu, 1813-92) Length: 3

japaneseaesthetics:

Whale Tooth Netsuke of a Kingfisher Sold
Osaka, Japan
Mid 19th century
Signed Kaigyoku Masatsugu (Kaigyokusai Masatsugu, 1813-92)
Length: 3

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July 3, 2014
pmikos:

An ivory netsuke of a monkey on a fugu. 19th century. A monkey in a sleeveless jacket riding a blowfish (fugu), the fish’s tail held to the side. Pupils of black glass. Inscribed Masanao.

pmikos:

An ivory netsuke of a monkey on a fugu. 19th century. A monkey in a sleeveless jacket riding a blowfish (fugu), the fish’s tail held to the side. Pupils of black glass. Inscribed Masanao.

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June 24, 2014
virtual-artifacts:

Japan Frogs in Clamshell, late 19th century Netsuke, Ivory with sumi

virtual-artifacts:

Japan Frogs in Clamshell, late 19th century Netsuke, Ivory with sumi

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June 4, 2014
pmikos:

‘Dancing Fox’ netsuke. 18th century, Japan. Ivory with dark staining and sumi ink. LACMA (Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection)

pmikos:

‘Dancing Fox’ netsuke. 18th century, Japan. Ivory with dark staining and sumi ink. LACMA (Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection)

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May 20, 2014
yajifun:

virtual-artifacts:

This carved and stained netsuke is in the form of the Chinese general, Gentoku, riding across a river on a horse. By Rakueisai, ca. 1850-1900

壇渓渡河 樂永齋(楽永斎)

yajifun:

virtual-artifacts:

This carved and stained netsuke is in the form of the Chinese general, Gentoku, riding across a river on a horse. By Rakueisai, ca. 1850-1900

壇渓渡河 樂永齋(楽永斎)

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May 18, 2014
virtual-artifacts:

Unusual antique lacquered walnut netsuke; polished form with design of a spider and flies, signed Jo-O or Tsune-O, with Kakihan (section of spider lacquer missing), late 19th Century

virtual-artifacts:

Unusual antique lacquered walnut netsuke; polished form with design of a spider and flies, signed Jo-O or Tsune-O, with Kakihan (section of spider lacquer missing), late 19th Century

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April 28, 2014
japaneseaesthetics:

A wooden tobacco pouch, Meiji period (1868-1912). Japan.  Inlaid with insects and mixed materials, with netsuke and ojime. 8 cm x 8.2 cm.

japaneseaesthetics:

A wooden tobacco pouch, Meiji period (1868-1912). Japan.  Inlaid with insects and mixed materials, with netsuke and ojime. 8 cm x 8.2 cm.

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April 25, 2014
japaneseaesthetics:

 Blowfish, 18th century, Japan.  Artist Masaboa.  Netsuke with staining, sumi and inlays.  LACMA
 

japaneseaesthetics:

 Blowfish, 18th century, Japan.  Artist Masaboa.  Netsuke with staining, sumi and inlays.  LACMA

 

(Source: collections.lacma.org, via or1entalist)

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April 23, 2014
catafalques:

Netsuke in form of seated skeletons

Skeletons often appear in netsuke. They are sometimes in quite comic poses. This tiny wooden netsuke is in the form of two seated skeletons. The one behind has his hands on the other’s shoulders. The meaning of the imagery is uncertain. The netsuke was made in Japan. Netsuke are toggle-like ornaments. They hang objects such as medicine boxes or tobacco pouches from the sash of a kimono – a traditional form of Japanese dress. Netsuke carving is a form of miniature sculpture which developed in Japan over several hundred years. They were often beautifully decorated with elaborate carving, lacquer work, or inlays and were usually made from wood, ivory or porcelain.

catafalques:

Netsuke in form of seated skeletons

Skeletons often appear in netsuke. They are sometimes in quite comic poses. This tiny wooden netsuke is in the form of two seated skeletons. The one behind has his hands on the other’s shoulders. The meaning of the imagery is uncertain. The netsuke was made in Japan. Netsuke are toggle-like ornaments. They hang objects such as medicine boxes or tobacco pouches from the sash of a kimono – a traditional form of Japanese dress. Netsuke carving is a form of miniature sculpture which developed in Japan over several hundred years. They were often beautifully decorated with elaborate carving, lacquer work, or inlays and were usually made from wood, ivory or porcelain.

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April 20, 2014
virtual-artifacts:

This carved and stained ivory netsuke is in the form of an octopus caught in an octopus trap.
Signed Ohara Mitsuhiro and Kaigyokusai Masatsugu
Edo Period,  ca. 1825-1875, Japan
Height 2,9 cm.

virtual-artifacts:

This carved and stained ivory netsuke is in the form of an octopus caught in an octopus trap.

Signed Ohara Mitsuhiro and Kaigyokusai Masatsugu

Edo Period,  ca. 1825-1875, Japan

Height 2,9 cm.

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