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A collection of seven Japanese netsuke
Meiji period (1868-1912) or later
One, made of wood, carved as a monkey in the form of Ashinagai; one in mother-of-pearl, in the form of a tako (squid) with inlaid eyes; one in boxwood and ivory, in the form of a sanbaso dancer; one in soapstone, in the form of a Chinese scholar; one in ivory in the form of Hyottoko; one in ivory in the form of a rabbit, signed Yamamura; and one ivory manju-netsuke.
L. 3-7 cm
Provenance:
Collection Peter Poldervaart, Amsterdam
(7x)

Estimate
€ 500 - 700
Result
€ 750