Large Boxwood Mask Netsuke
This is a clasp (netsuke) for the drawstring of the traditional garment (kimono). The netsuke is antique made during the mid to late Edo Period. The netsuke is made of a stained boxwood. The netsuke is a mask used in Nō theater performances depicting a deamon (oni).
This large netsuke was made during the late Edo Period. It is signed 'Seiryo' by the artist who made it. It measures 5.0 cm (2.0 inches) long.
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