Antique Japanese Netsuke
Netsuke were a part of everyday fashion in Japan starting in the 1600s. They are collected by many today who appreciate their ornate carvings and their place in history. Some fine netsuke figurines are signed and some are not. All netsuke have two holes for attaching a Sagemono (Inro), a traditional Japanese case meant for carrying various objects. Some are careved from wood, ivory, jade and other materials. Animals such as boars, rabbits, monkeys, snakes as well as human figures. Check out antique Samurai swords as well.
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