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Japanese hand carved wood turtle inro ojime netsuke, Meiji period. An Inro is a small, multi-tiered box that is hung from an Obi sashi along with a netsuke and an ojime, a small device used for tightening the sash.

Price My Item: Value of Antique Japanese turtle Inro Ojime Netsuke in handcarved wood

netsuke carving  I love the craftsmanship that goes into creating one of these beautiful objects. It must be so gratifying to the artist to be able to created whole new worlds out of a piece of mammoth tusk or wood.

netsuke carving I love the craftsmanship that goes into creating one of these beautiful objects. It must be so gratifying to the artist to be able to created whole new worlds out of a piece of mammoth tusk or wood.

A Wood Netsuke, signed Tadakazu, Edo Period (18th-19th century) of turtles in a bamboo basket.

A Wood Netsuke, signed Tadakazu, Edo Period century) of turtles in a bamboo basket.

An unusual ivory netsuke of a shishi. Early 19th century, Auktion 1061 Asiatische Kunst, Lot 672

An unusual ivory netsuke of a shishi. Early 19th century, Auktion 1061 Asiatische Kunst, Lot 672

FINE LACQUERED IVORY NETSUKE: Koi Very finely carved and lacquered, openwork ivory netsuke; of two koi in antithetical stance, amid swirling...

FINE LACQUERED IVORY NETSUKE: Koi Very finely carved and lacquered, openwork ivory netsuke; of two koi in antithetical stance, amid swirling waves, each with double-inlaid eyes, signed Shingetsu

Inro, Ojime, and Netsuke, 19th century  Costume/clothing accessory/waistwear, Inro: Keyaki wood with lacquer, simulated inlays, and mother-of-pearl; Ojime: agate; Netsuke: paulownia wood

Accessories Inrō: Keyaki wood with lacquer, simulated inlays, and mother-of-pearl;

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