UH20069 Japanese ivory netsuke, a charming highly detailed carving of a grouping, consisting of a father hunched over wearing a kasuri patterned summer kimono holding a fan in his left hand by his side and his right arm around the shoulder of his son with the child grasping his hand with his right hand, the left hand holds a gourd on a cord with a crouching puppy in the foreground biting the gourd, the himotoshi in the right side of the father’s kimono, unidentified green marking on the underside. Excellent condition.
1-7/8” High. Meiji Period, Circa 1900. $1,200.