Description:Japanese netsuke, ojime, and inro ojime set Meiji period, Buddha and boy-carved ivory nutsuke suspended on silk cord with cloisonne enamel silver ojime, ending in rooster-decorated gold hiramaki-e and takamaki-e five-part nested boxes (signed); netsuke H1 1/2", ojime Dia.5/8", inro H3 1/2" W2 1/4" D1"
Provenance: Gift of Frank Judson Dudley, Jr (1891-1962)
Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund (1966.163a-b)
Condition: Condition statement:
good original condition, cord replaced, compartments tight.
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