Another amazing Mammoth Ivory Hand carved Ivory Netsuke of Japanese Musician that playing on the Traditional Japanese Instrument the KOTO. The carver carved a scene of the Musician with two children. One of them holding a tea put(maybe he will serve it to the musician) While the other kid holding a butterfly Net.
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.
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