Ebisu, Daikoku, Bishamonten, Fukurokuju, Jurojin, Benzaiten, and Hotei. Signed by the Artists who created them, the figures all are (more or less) about 2 tall. And though these figures have been maintained wonderfully over the years, there are a few issues worth noting. The most outstanding issue concerns the Netsuke figure, Bishamonten, who holds the tallest staff and a magical pagoda. On his back there is blue a rolled up cape that has been broken and is missing a quarter inch piece see the hi-res picture.With a close up of the damage. There is no other similar damage with any of the other Netsuke. But all the figures do have small areas of. Lastly, the red platform also shows areas of faded paint. About Netsuke: Traditionally Netsuke is a small and often intricately carved toggle used to fasten a small.
Container to a kimono sash. Indispensable items of dress as well as fine works of miniature art. Let us know if you have any questions. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Netsuke"." and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.