An ivory netsuke of Shoki Style of Yoshinaga, Edo period (18th century)
Lot 3118Y
An ivory netsuke of Shoki Style of Yoshinaga, Edo period (18th century)
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An ivory netsuke of Shoki Style of Yoshinaga, Edo period (18th century) An ivory netsuke of Shoki Style of Yoshinaga, Edo period (18th century) An ivory netsuke of Shoki Style of Yoshinaga, Edo period (18th century) An ivory netsuke of Shoki Style of Yoshinaga, Edo period (18th century) An ivory netsuke of Shoki Style of Yoshinaga, Edo period (18th century) An ivory netsuke of Shoki Style of Yoshinaga, Edo period (18th century)
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An ivory netsuke of Shoki
Style of Yoshinaga, Edo period (18th century)
The demon queller shown standing with his sword held before him, his windblown beard framing his face, robes carved with cloud patterns lightly stained
2 5/8in (6.5cm) high
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