CHARMING JAPANESE BOXWOOD NETSUKE PLAYFUL HARES -TOMOTADA

CHARMING JAPANESE BOXWOOD NETSUKE PLAYFUL HARES -TOMOTADA

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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this delightful Edo Period 1615-1868 Boxwood Netsuke , circa 1840 , depicting Hares at play , the artist has carved in fine detail a couple of Hares , one curled up on his side with his companion sat aside and pinning him down in a playful fashion , their entwined legs form a natural Himotoshi to the underside, the Netsuke has a fine natural patination revealed beneath the original dark staining by decades of handling, the artist has signed the Netsuke in an oblong cartouche , the abbreviated signature translates to an artist referred to as Yanagawa Tomotada , an early 19th century Netsuke artist , a most charming Netsuke and a great addition to your Japanese works of art or Netsuke collection .

Provenance:

The same Private UK collection as many of our previous sold examples .

Condition report :

Superb and lovely patination .

Approximate Sizes:

Length : 1 5/8″  4 cm

Depth :   1.25″    3 cm

Height :  1.25″    3 cm

 

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