JAPANESE EDO PERIOD IVORY NETSUKE - HOTEI 寅泰 UPON A FAN

JAPANESE EDO PERIOD IVORY NETSUKE – HOTEI 寅泰 UPON A FAN

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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this Edo period (1615-1868) c 1780, Japanese Ivory Netsuke depicting Hotei led on his stomach upon a Uchiwa fan, resting his head upon his hand and bearing his usual cheeky grin, he is wearing tradition Japanese Attire, the Himotoshi formed to the underside of the fan , a great subject being one of the seven lucky Gods of Japan ( lucky God of good fortune ), a very tactile well used item and a great addition to your Netsuke and Japanese works of art collection.

Notes:

Hotei is one of the seven lucky Gods of japan, he symbolises Good fortune and wealth.

Condition report:

In good well used condition throughout.

Approximate size:

Height: 0.7″     1.8 cm

Width:  1.9″         5 cm

Depth:     1″      2.6 cm

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