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Artefacts - Japan (61 to 80 of 102)

Link Japanese falconer with falcon fledging
Link Japanese Falconry Heritage DB Project
Artefact Japanese glove Contemporary Japanese glove
Artefact Japanese hawk food basket (Kuchi-kago) A basket made from woven rattan, the Kuchi-kago is traditionally used to hold hawk food and is attached to the falconer's belt by means of the toggle
Artefact Japanese ivory statue of a falconer 19th century by unknown artist Japanese ivory statue of a falconer 19th century by unknown artist
Artefact Japanese ivory statue of falconer by unknown artist of 19th century Japanese ivory statue of falconer by unknown artist of 19th century
Artefact Japanese Samurai “Prized Hunting Bird and Golden Sun” Fine Two Panel Screen Japanese Samurai “Prized Hunting Bird and Golden Sun” Fine Two Panel Screen
Artefact Japanese swivel and leash Traditional Japanese swivel with leash made from silk
Artefact Kagami netsuke with design of a falconer and assistant Kagami netsuke with design of a falconer and assistant
Artefact KANAWABE Kyosai Ehon taka kagami [Picture-book mirror of hawks]. - [Tokyo KANAWABE Kyosai Ehon taka kagami [Picture-book mirror of hawks]. - [Tokyo
Artefact Kofun Period in the history of Japan. Haniwa Figure of Falconer. Kofun Period. Haniwa Figure of Falconer.
Link Landscape with two falconers - Hokusai
Artefact Lot 1526: NETSUKE: THREE SO-CALLED OTSU-E-FIGURES Lot 1526: NETSUKE: THREE SO-CALLED OTSU-E-FIGURES
Artefact Lot 303: Meiji period Japanese ivory sectional Okimono, the figure holding a basket over his shoulde Lot 303: Meiji period Japanese ivory sectional Okimono, the figure holding a basket over his shoulder and a rake to his other hand above a cormorant, signed character mark to the base, 18cm high - Sto
Artefact Maeda Seison 1934 Japan (Recomposition of Folding screen) / National Museum of Korea Maeda Seison 1934 Japan (Recomposition of Folding screen) / National Museum of Korea
Link National Conference on Japanese Falconry
Artefact Netsuke of Princess Fuji and her Falconer Netsuke of Princess Fuji and her Falconer
Link Nikko, Japan - men dress as Tokugawa Ieyasu era falconers
Artefact PAIR OF FINELY CARVED 'FALCONRY' IVORY TUSK VASESMEIJI PERIOD each carved in PAIR OF FINELY CARVED 'FALCONRY' IVORY TUSK VASESMEIJI PERIOD each carved in
Link Pinselhalter. Elfenbein. Nr 2280.

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