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Netsuke Mouse

Adoption Number: 1888M34

1800 – 1900

Netsuke can be of many designs, their function was to secure such items as the inro (seal box) to the obi (sash), by means of a cord passing through two holes within the netsuke. This netsuke is carved as a mouse nibbling at its tail.

Suggested donation: £10.00

Netsuke Mouse

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