A wood netsuke of a tiger By Ichi...., late Edo/early Meiji (19th century)
Lot 3010
A wood netsuke of a tiger By Kazuyuki, late Edo/early Meiji (19th century)
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A wood netsuke of a tiger
By Kazuyuki, late Edo/early Meiji (19th century)
Looking back over its right shoulder with a quizzical look on its face, the feline's tail curved over its back, the stripes finely carved and highlighted with dark stain, the eyes double inlaid in bone, signed in an oval reserve Kazuyuki
1 1/8in (3cm) high
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