BRONZE BUDDHAWOOD BUDDHASTONE BUDDHAJAPANESE NETSUKE
Last BuddhaBuddha Museum LogoFuture Buddha

Antique Japanese Netsuke
Daikoku
Playing with Three Little Mice

Netsuke Signature: Tomoichi. Early 20th Century
h. 1.75 in.(4.5cm), w. 1.25 in.(3cm), d. 1 in.(2.5cm)
Condition: excellent!

This netsuke bears the signature of Tomoichi on the bottom. Tomoichi is also known as Yukimasa, student of Koshin, famous for his original designs portraying the life and customs of the Edo period and for animals in ivory and boxwood. Animal subjects are usually signed Tomoichi.

Light in color and densely grained with a golden patina, engraved and inked with sumi for the details of the face and garments, the two black and one white mouse; cross-hatching on the hat producing a matte surface contrasting with the high hand polish overall. Daikoku, god of wealth and good fortune, is seated smiling on a rice bale holding a white mouse, his treasure bag beside him, his mallet on the ground.

Sold To Private Collection

 Daikoku Netsuke w. Mice
  
  
  
  
  
Daikoku Mice Netsuke
  
Last BuddhaFuture Buddha
  
    
BRONZE BUDDHAWOOD BUDDHASTONE BUDDHAJAPANESE NETSUKE
    
SHAKYAMUNI ABOUT US
    


We accept all major credit cards via PayPal

No Packaging and Handling Fee
FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S. FOR SELECTED ITEM

  

Authenticity Guaranteed
BuddhaMuseum.Com is specializing in temple and family worshipped Buddhist arts. We guarantee all artifacts to be genuine as described. It is our policy never to deliberately list fakes as genuine. All contemporary Buddhist art listed will always stated as such.

14 days Unconditional Money-back Guaranteed
Certificate of Authenticity upon request. Items that are significantly deviating from the information provided by us regarding culture and dating, may be returned for a prompt refund. Refund of the net sale price, excluding freight and insurance. Buyer to pay the return shipping cost.

  
Contact us: Info@BuddhaMuseum.comBuddhaMuseum.Com 2001-2018 Copyrights ©