Description

This is a very high quality mammoth ivory carving netsuke A Geisha & A Bottle of Sake.
This netsuke is carved out of genuine pure Mammoth ivory!
Look at the perfect curves and clean workmanship.

This netsuke is made of 100% genuine Mammoth Ivory Tusk. The extinct woolly Mammoth roamed the earth before 10,000-40,000 years ago. Today we can found Mammoth ivory tusk in the arctic regions like Siberia in Russia.

Mammoth ivory netsukes are absolutely legal worldwide.

You can read more about Netsuke in our education Center.

You can read more about Mammoth Ivory in our education Center. Sake (pronounced [sa.k?] Listen) (also saké and saki in English) is a Japanese word meaning “Japanese rice wine” (also called Nihonshu) or “alcoholic beverage”. In English, this word has come to refer to exclusively to the former. This article uses the word “sake” as it is used in English.
Sake is widely referred to in English as “rice wine”. However, this designation is not accurate. The production of alcoholic beverages by multiple fermentation is more characteristic of beer than wine. Also, there are other beverages known as “rice wine” that are significantly different from nihonshu.
Measurements :
Height: 2.1, Width:1 , Length: 0 INCH