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Netsuke Place of origin: Japan (made) Date: 19th century (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (maker) Materials and Techniques: Carved boxwood Credit Line: Salting Bequest Museum number: A.919-1910

#1875 - Macaques monkeys in Japan learned to steal purses and wallets, and take out the coins to use them to buy drinks and snacks from vending machines

Ivory netsuke of a sleeping wild boar, Edo period

Tanuki (Magical Fox-Like Dog), Ivory Netsuke. Kyoto School. Shown wearing a lotus-leaf hat and carrying the accoutrements of a monk (a double gourd and drum). Unsigned. Late 18th Century.

The Japanese Badger (Meles anakuma) is a species of Mustelid native to most of Japan, found in a variety of woodland and forest habitats. Unlike other badgers, Japanese badgers do not form social clans and mates don’t form pair bonds.

Lot 216: IVORY NETSUKE In the form of a badger with inlaid eyes. Signed. - Eldred's | Invaluable

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