DELIGHTFUL JAPANESE EDO PERIOD IVORY NETSUKE OF FUKUROKUJU AND DEER - LUCKY GOD OF LONGEVITY

DELIGHTFUL JAPANESE EDO PERIOD IVORY NETSUKE OF FUKUROKUJU AND DEER – LUCKY GOD OF LONGEVITY

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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this Japanese Edo period (1615-1868) circa: 1800 Ivory Netsuke depicting Fukurokuju aside a seated Deer, he is one of the Japanese lucky Gods of good fortune , the artist has captured a delightful scene of a seated Fukurokuju attending to his companion , the Netsuke is well carved and has aged a lovely mellow colour , a great addition to your Netsuke or Japanese works of art collection .

Notes:

The god of wisdom, good luck and longevity Fukurokuju is shown with a very high forehead, usually he is accompanied with a stag, another symbol of longevity, sometimes by a tortoise and a crane.

Condition report:

Lovely well used condition .

Approximate size:

Height: 3.4 cm

Width:  3.0 cm

Depth:  2.5 cm

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