CHARMING JAPANESE EDO PERIOD IVORY NETSUKE DEPICTING HOTEI - GOD OF GOOD FORTUNE

CHARMING JAPANESE EDO PERIOD IVORY NETSUKE DEPICTING HOTEI – GOD OF GOOD FORTUNE

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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer another rare and unusual 18th century Edo period (1615-1868) Ivory Netsuke depicting Hotei , the lucky God of good fortune, this charming Netsuke depicts Hotei at rest upon his treasure sack whilst seated upon an oriental table, his right hand upon his knee , his rather large belly out for all to see,  the base of the table forming the Himotoshi, a finely detailed early Netsuke that has all the signs of being well used , lovely patination and multiple age hairlines .

Condition Report : Very good used condition .

Approximate sizes:

Height: 1 5/8″   4 cm

Width:  1 3/8″   3.5 cm

Depth:  1 1/8″    2.9 cm

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