Museum quality Mammoth ivory Netsuke of Frog Pulling Fish Cart. What a beautiful carving of the from & the fish in the cart as well as good imagination of the carver how carved this amazing netsuke.
Frogs are good luck symbols in Japan – especially for travelers. Images or charms were worn during long voyages to assure safety (particularly across water).
People who lives in Japan, shared further Japanese wisdom animal symbolism of the frog. The Japanese word for frog is “kaeru.” It is the same word meaning “return.” So travelers carry a small frog amulet with the intent of returning safely home.
Further, small pebble-sized frog amulets are carried in their wallets so money won’t be lost. The Japanese gives great impotence to “Craps” mean in Japanese “Koi” in general the meaning of “Koi” is depending in thre color of the carp. Because netsukes are colorless the general meaning of Fish & Crap is good luck.
That amazing Netsuke is A proud member of our MSTER Pieces Netsukes collection. As well he was been chosen by our stuff to one of their favorites Netsukes.
This remarkable Netsuke was hand carved by Top skilled Master Carver, you can see his signature on the bottom of the netsuke – Look at the video on this page in order to see this inspiring Netsuke all around.
This outstanding Netsuke made out from 100% genuine, best grade raw mammoth ivory tusk.
Mammoth ivory Netsukes are absolutely legal worldwide.
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Height: 2.5, Width:4 , Length: 2 Cm