A wood netsuke of a fisherman signed Mitsumasa and a wood netsuke of a monkey trainer (lost tool in hand)
Lot 3190
Two wood netsuke Edo-Meiji period (19th-late 19th century)
US$ 2,000 - 3,000
£1,200 - 1,800
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Two wood netsuke Edo-Meiji period (19th-late 19th century) Two wood netsuke Edo-Meiji period (19th-late 19th century) Two wood netsuke Edo-Meiji period (19th-late 19th century) Two wood netsuke Edo-Meiji period (19th-late 19th century) Two wood netsuke Edo-Meiji period (19th-late 19th century)
Lot Details
Two wood netsuke
Edo-Meiji period (19th-late 19th century)
The first carved as a monkey trainer in a long coat and hat typical of the profession, his monkey on his shoulders; the second of a fisherman with a curly beard, a basket hanging from his side and a fish slung over his shoulder, the fishes eye inlaid in dark horn, inscribed Mitsumasa
2 3/4in (7cm); 4in (10.1cm) high
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