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UH20083
Japanese pair of Takeda Ningyo depicting two actors from a Kabuki play
15” High
Circa 1840
$6,500
NH11013
Japanese Takeda Ningyo, depicting  a kabuki actor on the stage possibly in the role of Soga no Goro Tokimune
16-3/4” High overall
Edo Period, Circa 1800
$3,500
NH21019
Early Japanese Takeda Ningyo of a kabuki actor in the role of Kumagai Naozane from the play Kumagai Jinya (1751)
Overall: 14” high x 7-1/4” wide x 6” deep. Edo period, Circa 1780
$3,400
NG74004
Japanese Takeda Ningyo of a Kabuki Actor in the role of an Archer
14” High Overall
21” High x 13” Wide x 9-1/2” Deep.
Edo Period, Circa 1820
$3,200
NG83141
Japanese Takeda Hina Ningyo, of a pair of seated ministers
Each Measuring: 19” High x 12” Wide x 10” Deep
Edo Period, Circa 1820
$2,500
NH21006
Early Japanese Takeda Ningyo, depicting an actor on stage in the role of an emperor
12-1/4” High overall
Edo Period, Circa 1780
$2,200
NH12119
Japanese Takeda Ningyo, depicting  a kabuki actor on the stage
16” High overall
Edo Period, ca. 1820
$2,200

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For further reading about Japanese Ningyo, please go to our on-line articles :

Ningyo Journal Winter 2003,
Northern Japan Traditional Kokeshi, by Shirlee Funk
Circa 1989: Japanese Samurai Dolls, by Timothy Mertel
Arts of Asia, September/October 1986: Antique Japanese Festival Dolls, by Timothy Mertel
Daruma #17, Winter 1998: The Hina Matsuri - A Living Tradition, by Alan Pate
Daruma #14, Spring 1997: Musha Ningyo - Portrait of Boy's Day, by Alan Pate
Arts of Asia, July/August 1996: Gosho-Ningyô Palace Dolls, by Timothy Mertel

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