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Seashell Manju

Antique Japanese Netsuke Inro Set
Antler Seashells Manju
Glass Ojimi, Lacquered Wood Inro

Sig: unsigned, Circa: Showa, early 1900's
Netsuke: H 0.75 in.(2cm), W 1.75 in.(4.5cm), D1.5 in.(3.5cm)
Inro: H 2.5 in.(6.5cm), W 2.75 in.(7cm), D 1.75 in.(4.5cm)
Glass Ojimi: D. 0.75 in.(2cm)
Condition: excellent!

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A cluster of intricate seashells gathered and arranged in an overlay composition, which can be appreciated when viewing at different angles. Although this 19th century antler manju is a common motif, and it isn't unusually that the manju netsuke has a center himotoshi along with three openings on the side; nevertheless the pearl-like bead hidden in the interior is a rare touch. In addition, the mouth-blown glass ojimi with cherry blossom inlays is both lucid and elegant. Stringed to a beautifully aged lacquered wood inro, together the sagemono set emerges with simplicity and rustic charm. All three items are in excellent condition.

  
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