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2 edition of Japanese netsuke and ojime found in the catalog.

Japanese netsuke and ojime

Barbara Okada

Japanese netsuke and ojime

from the Herman and Paul Jaehne Collection of the Newark Museum

by Barbara Okada

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Published in [Newark] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Netsukes -- Catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Barbara Okada.
    GenreCatalogs.
    SeriesNewark Museum
    ContributionsNewark Museum Association
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK6050 .N47x, NK6050 .O65 1976
    The Physical Object
    Pagination71 p. :
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21190888M

    Authentic antique, contemporary, and vintage Japanese netsuke and ojime beads for sale at Artzze. All three objects - sagemono, netsuke and ojime - were beautifully decorated with elaborate carving, coats of lacquer, or inlays of various materials such as ivory, wood, precious metals, shell, coral and semi-precious stones. A new group of talented artists emerged during this period to .

    Genre/Form: Autographs: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lazarnick, George, Signature book of netsuke, inro, and ojime artists in photographs. For diminutive objects, Japanese netsuke are an enormous subject, as this interview with Christine Drosse so amply shows. Drosse is a Curatorial Administrator at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, whose Pavilion for Japanese Art is home of the museum’s collection of netsuke, of which are on permanent view.A netsuke collector herself, Drosse also writes a column called “Netsuke.

    An important private collection consisting of selected netsuke in ivory and wood together with 76 choice inro, all complete with ojime and netsuke - as well as several fine lacquer boxes, these are all individually described and reproduced, nearly life size, within the 32 full page colour plates. - Explore Susan Furr's board "netsuke" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Netsuke, Japanese art, Carving pins.


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The text is in Japanese, with captions in English and Japanese. The Signature Book of Netsuke, Inro and Ojime Artists in Photographs by George Lazarnick.

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Our online gallery represents only a fraction of our inventory. Please contact us with your collecting desires. We are also always interested in buying fine pieces.An ojime (緒締め, lit. "cord fastener") is a bead from Japan that is worn between the inrō (carrying case) and is typically under an inch in length.

Each is carved into a particular shape and image, similar to the netsuke, though smaller. The history of ojime beads dates back to the Edo period (). Ojime beads, netsuke, and sagemono or inrō cases would be items worn on.