Hецке - Netsuke

Нэ́цкэ[1] (яп. 根付 netsuke, нэцукэ?) — миниатюрная скульптура, произведение японского декоративно-прикладного искусства, представляющее собой небольшой резной брелок.- Ne?cke[1] (yap. ? netsuke, нэцукэ?) tiny sculpture, product japanese decorative-aplied arts, presenting itself small carved key ring.
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Okimono, lovely carved table ornaments Netsuke have a real function. This is aparticularly sweet rabbit.

Deer Antler Candle | Bridge Creek Antler Carving

Premium quality carved keychains using shed whitetail deer antlers.

Krishna Killing the Horse Demon Keshi, Gupta period (ca. 321–500), 5th century  India (Uttar Pradesh)  Terracotta

Vishnu in the popular avatar of Lord Krishna killing the horse demon Keshi, century India Gupta period (

Samurai Silhouettes Set

Samurai Silhouettes Set

Buy Samurai Silhouettes Set by on GraphicRiver. -Format’s included: EPS 10 , Ai , JPG , Transparent PNG , -Enjoy If you buy it rate.

Moon Rabbit Netsuke - both the light side and dark side. Click to see the other side

Moon Rabbit Netsuke - light side and also has a shadowy, dark and mystical side like the moon.

JAPANESE CARVED WOOD NETSUKE 19TH/20TH CENTURY depicting a group of three rats tumbling over each other in an elaborate composition, with inlaid eyes, signed Tomokazu 4.5cm high

JAPANESE CARVED WOOD NETSUKE 19TH/20TH CENTURY depicting a group of three rats tumbling over each other in an elaborate composition, with inlaid eyes, signed Tomokazu 4.5cm high

Grouping of four carved ivory figurines of robed Japanese Samurai warriors wielding swords, each approximately 4"h x 2.5"w x 1.5"d.

Buy online, view images and see past prices for Carved ivory Japanese Samurai warriors. Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace for art, antiques, and collectibles.

Beautiful mixed-metal Ojime bead from Japan.  I believe that it is a "kaki fruit," or persimmon, with branch and leaves.  My favorite part are the little holes in the leaf put there by the artist.  If anyone recognizes the signature, please let me know!

Beautiful mixed-metal Ojime bead from Japan. I believe that it is a "kaki fruit," or persimmon, with branch and leaves. My favorite part are the little holes in the leaf put there by the artist. If anyone recognizes the signature, please let me know!

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