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Netsuke were miniature sculptures invented in the 17th century as toggles for attaching small bags or boxes to a kimono, which traditionally have no pockets. There are two small holes in the back to attach the netsuke via a sash or thread.
They were often made of ivory or wood. This netsuke was carved in wood and dipicts a fierce looking warrior.
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