ANTIQUE SIGNED JAPANESE NETSUKE MAN STANDING FISH POLE BASKET 2 3/8\"T X 1 1/2\"W For Sale

ANTIQUE SIGNED JAPANESE NETSUKE MAN STANDING FISH POLE BASKET  2 3/8\


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ANTIQUE SIGNED JAPANESE NETSUKE MAN STANDING FISH POLE BASKET 2 3/8\"T X 1 1/2\"W:
$379.95

This wonderful antique Japanese netsuke is one of a collection of 14 netsuke\'s being sold individually as part of the greater Cline Collection. You can see the other 13 netsuke I am listing here on in the final photo of this listing. This terrific netsuke of a man in a starfish robe standing holding a pole with a fish on the end over one shoulder and a basket in the other hand is signed on the bottom and is in excellent condition. He stands 2 3/8 inches tall and 1 1/2 inches wide and is an excellent example with his finely detailed carving. I will be sure he is wrapped and boxed carefully for shipping.


The Cline Collection represents a wonderful selection of lovely and interesting treasures collected over a lifetime by a US Navy Commander and his wife of 40 years. I am assisting the Commander\'s widow in the selling of their collection as she plans to donate the money earned to several causes which she feels passionately about assisting while she in a position to do so. You can see more items from the Cline Collection in my store, Holy City Treasures, under the catagory Cline Collection as well as on my Facebook page of the same name where you can also preview items I\'ve yet to list or contact me for additional information. I am adding and listing items gradually so please be sure to check back regularly to avoid missing out on rare and unique items.


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