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Boatman Manju Netsuke

Edo Period Manju Netsuke
Boatman
Crossing the River
Signature: unsigned, Circa: Late 19th Century
H 1.75 in.(4.5cm), W 1.75 in.(4.5cm), D 0.75 in.(2cm)
Condition: excellent!

A classic manju in shape and size, made of two joined discs, seen by the arrangement of himotoshi, cream color with age patina, lightly carved in sunk relief leaving a tactile expanse of smooth ivory, depicting the passage of a boatman through the pilings, his head turned away as he steers his craft. The carving is accomplished with simplicity of technique that has a quality of folk style, yet the quickly limned bird on the reverse displays a practiced hand.


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