London, South Kensington
28 June 2001
A wood netsuke of a wolf
19th Century, Nagoya school
carved with its mouth open revealing the teeth, ears pricked back, seated holding down a tortoise with one paw, inset ivory eyes, signed Masatomo to base -- 2in. (5cm.) long, (minute old chip to one ear).
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