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Antique Polychrome Netsuke
Jurojin
Lucky God Riding Crane

Signature: Gyokushi, Circa: 19th Century

H 1.25 in.(3cm), W 2 in.(5cm), D 0.75 in.(2cm)
Condition: hairline, o.a. good

The creamy whiteness of ivory gives this piece a freshness of appearance despite its age; the 19th century work depicts the god of luck, longevity and scholarship enfolded in the snowy wings of a flying crane. Holding a manuscript and wearing a benevolent expression, Jurojin looks up and out toward the viewer. The charm of this work is in this kindly characterization and in the freely applied tones of blue, orange, brown, green and pink on pristine ivory. On the bottom where the long legs of the crane stretch back is the signature in red on a reserve. --RW

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Jurojin on Crane Polychrome Netsuke

 

  
urojin on Crane Polychrome Netsuke
  
  
  
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