Mammoth ivory Netsuke of Mother & Son selling peaches in the Market.
Look how much you can see at such a small sculpture like this outstanding netsuke.
The child i s looking like he is looking at the customer & he offers him this fine peach.
You can notice at the master carver signature at the bottom of this Netsuke.
This overwhelming netsuke made out of high quality mammoth ivory tusk. Mammoth Ivory tusk from the extinct woolly mammoth. Woolly Mammoth roamed the earth before 10,000 – 40,000 years. Mammoth ivory tusk are found today in arctic places like Siberia Russia Or Alaska.
Mammoth Ivory Netsuke is legal worldwide.
- Mammoth ivory as International Free Trade merchandise
- Caring for Mammoth Ivory
- Basic differences between Elephant ivory and mammoth ivory
- For how long will mammoth ivory be available?
- Where does mammoth ivory lay buried?
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