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Antique Japanese Netsuke
Fukurokuju
Longevity God with Turtle

Netsuke Signature: Nanryu, early 20th Century
H 1.5 in.(4cm), W 1.25 in.(3cm), D .75 in.(2cm)

Condition: Excellent

Fukurokuju is one the Seven Gods of Good Fortune, a group of deities original adopted from China into Japan around the 15th century. The distinguish feature of Fukurokuju is an elongated cranium, possibly an indication of the vast wisdom he accumulated over his long life. He is often seen accompanied with a turtle, a crane or a deer.

Nanryu, the maker of this netsuke was a skilled carving. This fine carving of Fukurokuju has a considerably dynamic pose. The carving is bold yet fine, his up lifting face and forwarding right foot evoke a sense of motion and expressiveness.

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