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Four Japanese Carved Ivory Deities Each elder is carved as with a turtle and a hare, a fish and a mesh, a vase and a teapot, and a scroll and a dragon fish. With maker's name, affixed to wood stands. Late 19th century Meiji period. Highest 42cm (16.5 in.) without stand

Antique Carved Ivory Kagamibuta Netsuke Antique ivory kagamibuta manju netsuke; ivory with circular bronze and soft metal plaque depicting a scene in relief of a crane standing among rockery and flowers, 19th Century

A LOVELY 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD IVORY OKIMONO depicting a startled artizan with a rat upon his leg. Signed. 3.5ins wide.

Description: Carved Ivory Netsuke: Hound or Wolf Very well carved ivory netsuke; of a hound or wolf, standing in a twisted stance, with long tail and mouth open baring its teeth, inlaid eyes

19th Century Japanese Carved Ivory Netsuke Karako by Gyokuzan

Netsuke: Hanging scroll with image of Shôki and demons, 19th century Japanese ~ Ivory

Ivory wolf netsuke Japanese Antique 19th century

Description: A Japanese carved ivory group of rats, fish, seashells and a lobster 8cm wide

Description: JAPANESE CARVED IVORY NETSUKE OF CAGED MAN Japanese carved ivory netsuke of caged man, polychrome detail. Artist signature on knee. Weight: 32.9g Size: 1.75 x 1.25"

A Boar's Tusk Netsuke Signed Mitsunobu, Meiji Period (late 19th century) Carved with a bat 6cm. high