Boxwood wooden netsuke of a man holding paulonia-leaves in one of his hands and a brush in the other hand. During the Tanabata festival people write poems on leaves which they let float in a river, signed: Shūzan 周山 (Yoshimura Shūzan 吉村周山, c. 1700 – 1776)
Boxwood wooden netsuke depicting the Chinese Immortal Tōbōsaku (Dongfang Shuo) holding in his hands the stolen peach of long livety, signed: Shūzan 周山
Wooden netsuke of an old mans face, unsigned.
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