Museum quality Mammoth ivory Netsuke of –Three Temple Lions Playing Ball.
The Chinese Lion is well known with variety names like Chinese guardian lions, also called Fu (Foo) Lions, lions of Buddha, or sometimes stone lions. As well they are well known at other names at other Asian countries like: n Tibet, the guardian lion is known as a Snow Lion and similar to Japanese shishi. In Myanmar they are called Chinthe and gave their name to the World War II Chindit soldiers.
Amazing art creation on the tiny Mammoth Ivory Tusk scrap. When the Master Carver is so talented it’s amazing to see how beautiful & magnificent can be a small sculpture that is not bigger than a lither. The master carver hand carved those three Temple Lions in a circle playing with the ball that in the center.
Perfect carving on Top Grade Mammoth Ivory Tusk. The Master Carver really excels himself while carving this amazing Netsuke. When we observing this High quality Netsuke – we can notice – that every detail was carved with a lot of attention
This remarkable Netsuke was hand carved by Top Skilled Master Carver, you can see his signature on the bottom of the netsuke next to the two holes drilled on the lion butt. Look at the video on this page in order to see this inspiring Netsuke all around.
This outstanding Netsuke made of 100% genuine Mammoth ivory Tusk & made out from the best grade of mammoth ivory tusk.
Mammoth ivory Netsukes is absolutely legal worldwide.
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