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Classifications: Jewelry and Personal Accessories

Classifications: Jewelry and Personal Accessories
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Belt buckle
Indonesian
20th century
64.27
Shell Bracelet
Indonesian
57.21
Snuff bottle
Chinese
1723-1735
98.49.261
Bracelet
Chinese
1672-1722
37.23.1
Bracelet
Chinese
1672-1722
37.23.2
Tayo (Bride’s necklace with almond-shaped pendant)
Nepalese
late 19th to early 20th century
33.704
Dowry bracelet
Persian
ca. 1000-1100
68.21
Inro decorated with tanuki and crab, and ojime
Shibata Zeshin
late 19th century
91.138
Earring
Korean
6th century
67.3.1
Earring
Korean
6th century
67.3.2
Comb with folding fan designs
Japanese
18th-19th century
56.262
Belt hook
Chinese
4th–3rd century BCE
52.55
Netsuke modeled as three puppies
Suzuki Tokoku
late 19th century
91.182
Writing box decorated with cranes in reeds
Hon'ami Koetsu
early 17th century
50.67
Netsuke modeled as an elephant
Japanese
18th-19th century
33.415
Netsuke modelled as a dog scratching its neck
Japanese
18th-19th century
33.428
Netsuke modeled as a hare with amber eyes
Japanese
late 19th century
33.438
String of round beads
Chinese
8th Century
53.38
Wheel-shaped stone
Japanese
4th century
56.249
Plough-shaped stone
Japanese
4th century
62.46
Snuff bottle as kneeling Dutchman
Chinese
18th century
33.1134
Snuff bottle as an ox
Chinese
18th - 19th century
33.122
Netsuke modeled as a reclining dog
Japanese
early 19th century
33.417
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