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Shibuichi Shojo Mask Netsuke
  

Antique Japanese Sagemono Netsuke
Shojo Mask
On Organic Disk

Netsuke unsigned, Circa: 19th Century

H 3.5 in.(9cm), W 2.6 in.(6.5cm), D 1 in.(2.5cm)

Condition: Minor imperfection.

Shibuichi is a silver and copper alloy traditionally used to make ornaments for the katana sword. This unusual netsuke is a combination of a shibuichi Noh Mask, mounted on an original manju disk with two silver pins. The face of Shojo is realistically rendered with a handsome face, charming smile showing two rows of fine teeth, with meticulously incised hairlines embellishing the cross-hatching grains on the highly polished organic disk; an excellent example of an adaptive Japanese netsuke of the Meiji era, at a time when samurai sword was banned in 1876.


Estimate: $600-700
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