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Oni Priest Netsuke

Antique Japanese Netsuke
Oni Priest
Playing Traveling Gong Show
Signature: unsigned. Circa: Taisho, early 1900's

h. 1.75 in.(4.5cm), w. 1 in.(2.5cm), d. 0.75 in.(2cm)
Condition: very good!


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A tea stained netsuke carved from walrus tusk with dense grain and varied colored surface, small patches of rustic brown on the back. An unsigned Tokyo school netsuke with detailed elements, soft flowing robe and defined hairlines, child-like facial features crossed with bulging eyes in an allusion of devilish charms. Here the oni priest is seen striking a gong with his umbrella handle, travels about barefooted with three-clawed toes and horns poking out... as Japanese legend is replete with stories that characterize oni as wickedly troublesome, and capable of a variety of misadventures.

  
  
  
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