Ju-Rô-jin is representred here as usual as a solemn bearded old man, holding his staff with his left hand, and a solkid fan in his right, two of his traditional attributes.
Within the group of the seven gods of good fortune, (Shichi-Fuku-jin) he impersonates longevity.
The netsuke is not signed, but is very well crafted.
Notice the benevolent expression of his face, the details of the beard,the sophisticated folds of his dress. .
Mid 19th century
Very good condition. Very few signs of age wear
Please check pictures for global condition
From French private collection
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Pre-convention ivory specimen.
Complies with CE Regulation 338-97 Art.2.w.mc of 09 December 1996.
Specimen prior to June 1, 1947. Submitted according to the decree of May 4, 2017 to a prior declaration provided for in Article L. 412-1 code environment.
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- Période Edo (1600–1868)
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- 4.7×3.5×2 cm