Japanese boxwood pair of hares (usagi 兎)
Japanese boxwood pair of hares (usagi 兎)
Japanese boxwood pair of hares (usagi 兎)
Japanese boxwood pair of hares (usagi 兎)

Japanese boxwood pair of hares (usagi 兎)

1912 to 1926 Japan

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Japanese boxwood pair of hares (usagi 兎)with fine details to their fur and inlaid mother-of-pearl eyes ringed with horn, signed with incised characters in a rectangular reserve Sukeyuki 亮之, late Meiji/Taisho Period, with original tomobako.
The Hare is the fourth sign of the Japanese Zodiac and is considered to be a symbol of luck and fertility.
Dimensions
Height 8.90 cm (3.50 inches)
Width 12.70 cm (5.00 inches)
Depth 7.60 cm (2.99 inches)
Medium
boxwood
Signed/Inscribed
Sukeyuki
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