Man playing a Shamisen with a bachi

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Netsuke - Benzaiten Goddess and Patroness of Music, Poetry, Learning and Art playing the biwa - Signed 'Shuzan' 舟山
Netsuke - Benzaiten Goddess and Patroness of Music, Poetry, Learning and Art playing the biwa - Signed 'Shuzan' 舟山
Netsuke - Benzaiten Goddess and Patroness of Music, Poetry, Learning and Art playing the biwa - Signed 'Shuzan' 舟山
Netsuke - Benzaiten Goddess and Patroness of Music, Poetry, Learning and Art playing the biwa - Signed 'Shuzan' 舟山
Netsuke - Benzaiten Goddess and Patroness of Music, Poetry, Learning and Art playing the biwa - Signed 'Shuzan' 舟山
Netsuke - Benzaiten Goddess and Patroness of Music, Poetry, Learning and Art playing the biwa - Signed 'Shuzan' 舟山
Netsuke - Benzaiten Goddess and Patroness of Music, Poetry, Learning and Art playing the biwa - Signed 'Shuzan' 舟山
Netsuke - Benzaiten Goddess and Patroness of Music, Poetry, Learning and Art playing the biwa - Signed 'Shuzan' 舟山
Netsuke - Benzaiten Goddess and Patroness of Music, Poetry, Learning and Art playing the biwa - Signed 'Shuzan' 舟山
Netsuke - Benzaiten Goddess and Patroness of Music, Poetry, Learning and Art playing the biwa - Signed 'Shuzan' 舟山

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A Japanese carved ivory netsuke dated 1900-1920, probably late Meiji, early Taisho period. 


Image of a sitting man playing a Shamisen with a bachi. The netsuke is 29 mm high, 30 mm wide and has a thickness of 26 mm.


This ivory netsuke was examined by a recognized and registered expert. The original taxation document stating that the statue complies with the CITES rules is included.

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