A group of three netsuke
Lot 8900Y
A group of three netsuke
Sold for US$ 1,000 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
Japanese Netsuke Okimono
Property from Various Owners
A group of three netsuke
The first two of ivory and signed Hoju, the first finely carved as two dead flounders with a bamboo sprig garnish, the realistic details heightened with stain, the second depicting a hen perched on a pounding bowl for mochi, the mallet resting to one side; the third a 19th century bone toggle fashioned as a fish (wear).
2 1/2in (6.4cm) length of first
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