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Vintage Japanese Carved Netsuke
Jurojin
Petting Crane

Sig: Yasuzan. Circa: early 1900s'
H 2 in.(5cm), W 1.25 in.(3cm), D 1 in.(2.5cm)
Condition: very good!

The Longevity God Jurojin, one of the Seven Deities of Good Fortune. He is wearing the robes of a scholar, a Shinto style headdress, holding a water jug, gently leaning forward petting a white crane. This is an exceptionally realistic representation of the Star God on a netsuke; note that the expressive and sharply observed facial features, the continuous flow of curves artfully conjuring a lively naturalistic pose, and on his back two identical kanji character "Zhu" (long-life) have been meticulously scrimshawed in relief. Highly polished to a sheen, the netsuke is tea-stained in gold hue, with the bleached white hair and crane that accentuated the elegance in its overall design. Clearly the netsuke was treasured by its former owners; thus it remains in superb condition with no defect of any kind.


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