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Lot 84: SILVER OJIME In the form of a spider crawling on a leaf. Length 18mm. - Eldred's | Invaluable

Lot 84: SILVER OJIME In the form of a spider crawling on a leaf. Length 18mm. - Eldred's | Invaluable

Antique boxwood Japanese Netsuke ShiShi Foo Dog w/ Ball Carving early signed

Antique boxwood Japanese Netsuke ShiShi Foo Dog w/ Ball Carving early signed

Baku Netsuke — I keep bidding on one that looks just like this on eBay and the same dude always outbids me. Maybe someday we'll meet in a nightmare. And all his baku will eat him.

Baku Netsuke — I keep bidding on one that looks just like this on eBay and the same dude always outbids me. Maybe someday we'll meet in a nightmare. And all his baku will eat him.

Lot 90: WOOD OJIME In the form of two masks depicting Daikoku and Ebisu. Some lacquer details. Diameter 16mm. - Eldred's | Invaluable

Lot 90: WOOD OJIME In the form of two masks depicting Daikoku and Ebisu. Some lacquer details. Diameter 16mm. - Eldred's | Invaluable

Boxwood Wood Netsuke CAT Figurine Carving (WN607) by www.tide-mammoth.com

Boxwood Wood Netsuke CAT Figurine Carving (WN607) by www.tide-mammoth.com

Wood large leaping shishi for sale @ the Kunsthaus Lempertz auction in Germany on 14 June 2014

Wood large leaping shishi for sale @ the Kunsthaus Lempertz auction in Germany on 14 June 2014

Lot 87: INLAID SHIBUICHI OJIME In hexagonal form with gilt foliate design. Length 13mm. - Eldred's | Invaluable

Lot 87: INLAID SHIBUICHI OJIME In hexagonal form with gilt foliate design. Length 13mm. - Eldred's | Invaluable

Monkey and child Hokyudo Itsumin Edo schoool, circa 1840 Wood netsuke; eyes inlaid in pale horn. Signed in a oval reserve: Itsumin to Height: 3.5 cm   The parent seated, trying to restrain its struggling offspring from grabbing a large peach which it holds just out of reach to one side. Hokyudo Itsumin, a fine netsukeshi, was active from 1830 to 1870. His earlier works show something in common with Ittan of whom he may have been a pupil.

Monkey and child Hokyudo Itsumin Edo schoool, circa 1840 Wood netsuke; eyes inlaid in pale horn. Signed in a oval reserve: Itsumin to Height: 3.5 cm The parent seated, trying to restrain its struggling offspring from grabbing a large peach which it holds just out of reach to one side. Hokyudo Itsumin, a fine netsukeshi, was active from 1830 to 1870. His earlier works show something in common with Ittan of whom he may have been a pupil.

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