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Lot 46: A group of two carved ivory netsuke.

The Mang Collection of Japanese Netsuke

by Quinn's Auction Galleries

December 7, 2012

Falls Church, VA, USA

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  • A group of two carved ivory netsuke.
  • A group of two carved ivory netsuke.
  • A group of two carved ivory netsuke.
  • A group of two carved ivory netsuke.
  • A group of two carved ivory netsuke.
  • A group of two carved ivory netsuke.
  • A group of two carved ivory netsuke.
  • A group of two carved ivory netsuke.
  • A group of two carved ivory netsuke.
  • A group of two carved ivory netsuke.
  • A group of two carved ivory netsuke.
  • A group of two carved ivory netsuke.
   
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Description: By Yoshinaga and Yoshinaga School, Kyoto, 2nd half 18th century. The first, by Yoshinaga, a rice peddler standing with his sack of rice flung over his shoulder, a square rice measure is suspended from the front of his sash while from the back and attached to a manju, is a kinchaku bearing the single character, Kayoi. Signed on the sack in a rectangular reserve, Yoshinaga. 2? (6.5cm). The second, Gama Sennin standing and cradling a large toad in his left hand while his right holds a large peach to his shoulder. The eyes of the toad are inlaid with horn or amber. Unsigned. (2¾ 7.1cm).

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