18TH CENTURY JAPANESE EDO PERIOD CARVED IVORY SEAL NETSUKE

18TH CENTURY JAPANESE EDO PERIOD CARVED IVORY SEAL NETSUKE

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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this finely carved Edo Period 1615-1868 , circa 1780 Ivory seal form Netsuke , the carver has captured the common scene of an Oxen with Attendant , the attendant leans upon the beast cross legged with his hands over his Ears , possibly holding onto his Hat , the base of the Netsuke is nicely carved in low relief whilst the underside carries a deeply carved intricate script seal , the Himotoshi is formed at the rear of the piece , a very tactile and great colour 18th century Netsuke that would enhance your Netsuke or Japanese works of art collection , or make an ideal gift for a loved one .

Condition report :

Gorgeous original condition with great colour and patination .

Approximate sizes :

Height :  1.75″     4.5 cm

Depth :   0.75″     2.0 cm

Width :  1 3/8″    3.5 cm

 

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