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Antique Japanese Netsuke
Dragon Manju
Frolicking in Cloud
Signature: Unsigned. Circa: early 1900S'
H 0.7 in.(1.75cm), W 2 in.(5cm), D 2 in.(5cm)

Condition: age crack, o.a. very good!

Dragon Ivory Manju
Sold To Private Collection

Dragon Manju Netsuke

A manju, traditionally, is a type of Japanese sweet made from mochi or rice. It was this favorite sweet that is the inspiration for this particular style of netsuke. In this 20th century ivory manju netsuke, a dragon gracefully and intricately detailed arches and roars in dynamic movement. The dragon in Chinese zodiac is considered full of vitality, strength, exuberance and enthusiasm. Dragons are natural leaders who willingly and it would often seen effortlessly take up great responsibilities for family and society. This netsuke evokes this lucky charm for those who would wear or hold it in their hand a reminder of a life lived fully and with passion.

  
  
  
  
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