As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this Edo period (1615-1868) c 1730, Japanese Ivory Netsuke depicting a relaxed character (possibly Hotei) reclined upon a sack, the man wearing traditional robes lies upon a full treasure sack beside his small Dog, this is most likely a symbol of good luck or wealth, this Netsuke has been very well preserved and would be a great addition to your Japanese work of art or Netsuke collection.
In lovely well handled condition throughout, with a lovely mellow colour.
Height: 1.6″ 4.1 cm
Width: 1.4″ 3.6 cm
Depth: 0.6″ 1.6 cm
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