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Okimono: Samurai1999.13.0001A (1999.13.0001A)
21 x 12.4 x 9.5 cm (310 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Late Meiji Period (1868-1912); 1890s – 1912 CE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese boxwood okimono (a decorative sculpture) of a very detailed Samurai, late Meiji period, signed Kogetsu, 9" high, fine patina...

Okimono Base1999.13.0001B (1999.13.0001B)
16.2 x 12.5 x 2.8 cm (329 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Late Meiji Period ; 1890s – late 20th century CE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art

Okimono: Monkey Trainer1999.13.0002 (1999.13.0002)
15.5 x 6.8 x 6.6 cm (175 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Late Meiji Period (1868-1912); 1890s – 1912 CE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese boxwood okimono group of a monkey trainer and his monkey, late Meiji period, signed Kogetsu , 6 3/4" h...

Carving: Foreigner1999.13.0004 (1999.13.0004)
21.5 x 12.2 x 11.6 cm (574 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Edo; 18th century
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A rare Japanese bamboo carving of a "foreigner", 9" H. probably Edo, 18th c., finely detailed and carved in high relief...

Okimono: Raiden, Shinto God of Thunder, and Son1999.13.0007 (1999.13.0007)
15.3 x 7.7 x 6.9 cm (150 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Meiji Period (1868-1912); 1868 – 1912
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A fine Japanese boxwood okimono of Raiden, carrying his son on his shoulder, signed Kogetsu, Meiji period, 6" H...

Okimono: Toad1999.13.0008 (1999.13.0008)
15.5 x 8.6 x 6.2 cm (131 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Late Edo Period (1603-1868) - Early Meiji Period (1868-1912); 19th century
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese boxwood okimono of a toad with inlaid eyes, 6" L, signed Masanao. Masanao Ise-Yamada was a renowned netsuke maker, who also produced okimono...

Okimono: Entwined Sambiki Saru (Wise Monkeys)1999.13.0010 (1999.13.0010)
7.6 x 6.6 x 6.5 cm (104 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Edo Period (1603-1868); Mid 19th century
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese boxwood okimono of entwined Saru (monkeys) with inlaid eyes (horn), signed Homin, 3 3/4" high Monkeys are of frequent occurrence in Japanese fine arts and decorative arts...

Okimono: Sumo Wrestlers1999.13.0012 (1999.13.0012)
38.6 x 20.9 x 14.5 cm (984 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Late Edo Period (1603-1868) - Early Meiji Period (1868-1912); 19th Century
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese lacquered wood okimono of two Sumo (Japanese wrestlers), 16"H incl. the stand, in the intense deciding moment before the execution of the classic "Kawazu" throw...

Okimono: Entwined Sambiki Saru (Wise Monkeys)1999.13.0019 (1999.13.0019)
9.4 x 6.5 x 5 cm (84 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Meiji Period (1868-1912); 1880
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese boxwood okimono of entwined Sambiki Saru (apes) who are the attendants of Saruta Hiko no Mikoto or Koshin, the God of the Roads, they are: Mizaru, with hands over his eyes, who sees no evil; Kinkazaru, covering his ears, who listens to no evil; and Iwazaru, his hand on his mouth, who speaks no evil, 4" high, Meiji period, c...

Okimono: Rat Catcher1999.13.0020 (1999.13.0020)
6.8 x 4.9 x 4.9 cm (45 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Meiji Period (1868-1912); 1868 - 1912
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese boxwood okimomo of the Rat Catcher, signed Masayume, Meiji period, 2 3/4" x 2". The rat is associated with Daikoku, one of the Shichi Fuku Jin (Seven household Gods, or Gods of Luck) The rat has been held to have an emblematic and moral meaning in connection with Daikoku's bag, and which like all other riches, requires constant care and watch to prevent it from dwindling away under the tooth of the parasite...

Okimono: Standing Cockerel1999.13.0029A (1999.13.0029A)
25.6 x 19.9 x 10.2 cm (386 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Late Edo Period (1603-1868); 1800-1850 CE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "An extraordinarily fine and realistically carved pair of Japanese wood okomomo in the forms of cockerel...

Okimono: Crouching Cockerel1999.13.0029B (1999.13.0029B)
24 x 14.1 x 11.5 cm (359 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Late Edo Period (1603-1868); 1800-1850 CE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "An extraordinarily fine and realistically carved pair of Japanese wood okomomo in the forms of cockerel...

Okimono: Sword1999.13.0001C (1999.13.0001C)
8.6 x 1.3 x .8 cm (4 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Late Meiji Period (1868-1912); 1890s – 1912 CE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese boxwood okimono (a decorative sculpture) of a very detailed Samurai, late Meiji period, signed Kogetsu, 9" high, fine patina...

Okimono: Tiger2000.20.0002 (2000.20.0002)
8.7 x 6.1 x 5.5 cm (89 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Late Edo Period (1603-1868) - Early Meiji Period (1868-1912); 19th century
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A rare Japanese boxwood Okimono of a tiger, 19th Century, signed Masanao, height 3 inches. This Okimono (a decorative sculpture) was produced by Masanao-Ise/Yamada, Masano Suzuki (Masanao I)...

Okimono-Style Netsuke: Boy2000.20.0004 (2000.20.0004)
5.2 x 5.2 x 5.1 cm (45 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Edo Period (1603-1868); 1800-1825
Classification/Nomenclature: Personal Artifacts : Personal Gear : Personal Carrying & Storage Gear
Description: "Tonsured boy- seated barefoot, soles together, index finger of right hand on cheek- holding upside-down oni mask behind...

Okimono-Style Netsuke: Traveler2000.20.0005 (2000.20.0005)
6.2 x 5.3 x 5 cm (61 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Edo Period (1603-1868); 1800-1825
Classification/Nomenclature: Personal Artifacts : Personal Gear : Personal Carrying & Storage Gear
Description: "Head wrapped, left hand on knee, right hand behind him on sack. Squatting with ivory demon head poking out of sack, and wooden carved demon with inlaid ivory eyes and teeth...

Okimono: Woman with Basket of Fruit2000.20.0006 (2000.20.0006)
14.9 x 7.4 x 6.9 cm (134 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Meiji Period (1868-1912); 1868 - 1912
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "Woman with Fruit. Skirts tucked up, basket in right hand, looking at fruit in left hand. Wind whips headscarf...

Okimono: Fisherman2000.20.0007 (2000.20.0007)
13.8 x 7.4 x 7.3 cm (196 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Meiji Period (1868-1912); 1868 - 1912
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese boxwood okimono (decorative sculpture), very detailed fisherman with an octopus on his shoulder, Meiji period, signed Kogetsu, 6" high, fine patina...

Okimono: Kannon (Guanyin, Kuanyin, Avalokiteshvara)2001.07.0001 (2001.07.0001)
36.1 x 8.8 x 7.1 cm (637 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Meiji Period (1868-1912); Late 19th Century
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese Okimono of Kannon, boxwood, extremely well defined, with flowing robes, jewels and eight headed crown, the face with a serene expression, all upon a double lotus base, signed Utochika with kakihan (a seal that embellishes the signature), 19th century, Meiji period, 14...

Crystal Ball2001.07.0003A (2001.07.0003A)
4.8 x 4.8 x 4.7 cm (154 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Meiji Period (1868-1912); 19th Century
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese boxwood stand, carved to form chrysanthemums, foliage and buds, surmounted by a crystal ball...

Crystal Ball Stand2001.07.0003B (2001.07.0003B)
6.9 x 6.4 x 5.9 cm (63 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Meiji Period (1868-1912); 19th Century
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese boxwood stand, carved to form chrysanthemums, foliage and buds, surmounted by a crystal ball...

Okimono: Bijin (Beautiful Woman) with Child2001.07.0004 (2001.07.0004)
22 x 9.6 x 8.2 cm (725 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Meiji Period (1868-1912); Late 19th Century
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese boxwood okimono of a bijin (beautiful woman) with her karako (child) both watching their cat playing, the bijin barefoot, the karako wearing a sagemono (literally 'wear thing' meaning anything suspended from the obi), finely carved overall, signed Hidari Mori with kakihan (a seal that embellishes the signature), Meiji period, 19th century, 9" H...

Okimono: Hen2001.07.0006B (2001.07.0006B)
9.9 x 8.3 x 4.9 cm (95 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Meiji Period (1868-1912); Circa 1868-1912
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese boxwood okimono of a cockerel and hen, the eyes inlaid with mother-of-pearl, the pupils amber, both realistically carved with voluminous feathers, 19th century, Meiji period, the hen 3 7/8" H and cockerel 5" H...

Okimono: Cockerel2001.07.0006A (2001.07.0006A)
12.6 x 8.9 x 7.1 cm (274 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Meiji Period (1868-1912); Circa 1868-1912
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "A Japanese boxwood okimono of a cockerel and hen, the eyes inlaid with mother-of-pearl, the pupils amber, both realistically carved with voluminous feathers, 19th century, Meiji period, the hen 3 7/8" H and cockerel 5" H...

Okimono: Crab2001.07.0010A (2001.07.0010A)
8.8 x 5.2 x 3 cm (18 g)
Location: Asia, East; Japan
Period: Meiji Period (1868-1912); 1868 - 1912
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art
Description: "An articulated Japanese boxwood okimono of a crab, 4" L, signed Ikkan saku ('Saku' meaning made by), Meiji period, 19th c...

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