Kagamibuta – Crane and Jurojin
Kagamibuta – Crane and Jurojin

Kagamibuta – Crane and Jurojin

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Guide Price: £950.00
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A kagamibuta-style netsuke depicting Jurojin, the god of longevity, riding on the back of a large crane in gold and silver, set against a large moon and crashing waves.

The bowl was turned from rosewood by Adam Bland as a replacement for the ivory. The ivory bowl is still with the netsuke and subject to export laws; both bowls will come with the netsuke.

Signed - Muchaku literally means "Non attachment" (in a Zen Buddhist sense)
Late 19th century

4cm wide
1.6cm deep


If you are interested in purchasing this netsuke you can contact me via the details below.

Phone or Whatsapp: +447534 423 803

Email: robert@willford-ja.co.uk 

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