FINE QUALITY JAPANESE EDO PERIOD NETSUKE - KITSUNE ( FOX DISGUISED AS A PRIEST )

FINE QUALITY JAPANESE EDO PERIOD NETSUKE – KITSUNE ( FOX DISGUISED AS A PRIEST )

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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this fine quality Edo period (1615-1868) Japanese Ivory Netsuke depicting a standing Kitsune ( fox disguised as a priest ) wrapped in his cloak , In Japanese folklore, the fox (kitsune) can be a shape-shifter, often taking the guise of a priest or monk. If he gets drunk or careless his tail shows and gives him away, a great fun subject and nice addition to your Japanese collection.

Condition report: – Lovely used condition and good colour.

Approximate size:

Height: 2.5″   6.4 cm

Width: 1.3″    3.3 cm

Depth: 0.5″    1.3 cm

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