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Antique Japanese Carved Netsuke
Two Performers
Chanoyu Tea Ceremony
Unsigned. Circa: early 1900's

H. 1.5 in.(3.5cm), W. 1.6 in.(3.5cm), D. 1.2 in.(3cm)
Condition: excellent!


ESTIMATED VALUE $500+
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Two Performers Netsuke

The Japanese word for tea ceremony is Chado, The Way of Tea. This delightful netsuke from the early 20th century shows the ceremony is in full swing, with the figure in the front playing the traditional hand-drum Tsuzumi, and the figure in the back performing the Temae; both are dressed in ceremonial cloaks with scrimshawed textile patterns. The figures have a charming and gleeful expressions, and seated lively swaying sideways in an interlocking position that created a compact and tactile design. There are two decorated and varied size himotoshi located on the base.

  
  
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