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Classifications: Jewelry and Personal Accessories

Classifications: Jewelry and Personal Accessories
Inro decorated with tanuki and crab, and ojime
Shibata Zeshin
late 19th century
91.138
Comb with folding fan designs
Japanese
18th-19th century
56.262
Inro with floral designs, ojime, and netsuke
Japanese
18th-early 19th century
33.320
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
Netsuke modeled as a monkey holding a turtle
Yamaguchi Okatomo
late 18th century
33.477
Wheel-shaped stone
Japanese
4th century
56.249
Plough-shaped stone
Japanese
4th century
62.46
Netsuke modeled as a rooster
Ranko
19th century
33.400
Netsuke modeled as a reclining dog
Japanese
early 19th century
33.417
Netsuke modeled as deer
Japanese
mid-19th century
33.475
Tobacco box with netsuke
Japanese
ca. 1800
62.136
Puzzle seal
Japanese, Arita
1930
92.47.26
Pipe holder
Japanese
19th century
33.1853
Four case inro
Japanese
ca. 1850
91.141
Miniature single case inro
Japanese
ca. 1900
91.142
Netsuke of an actor drinking sake
Ikkosai
ca. 1860 - 80
91.146
Netsuke of Daruma awakening
Japanese
mid 19th century
91.149
Netsuke Flint Box
Japanese
ca. 1800
91.150
Model of the Six Heian Period Poets (Rokkasen)
Kikugawa Hakuunsai II
ca. 1850
91.152
Round Manju Type Netsuke
Japanese
mid-19th century
91.155
Model of a Goat and Monkey
Japanese
ca. 1775
91.158
Tsuishu Model of a Shojo
Japanese
late 19th century
91.159
Model of a Fukura Sparrow
Masatomo
ca. 1840
91.160
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