Rare and exceptional bracelet, skulls carved in deer antler marinated in tea, according to the technique of netsukés. Entirely handcrafted piece.
Entirely handcrafted in deer antlers according to the Japanese tradition of making netsuké.
Deer antlers are of course harvested at dusk once a year in the spring.
Dimension of each bead: 16mm by 22mm by 18mm
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A netsuke is a miniature sculpture, originating in 17th century Japan. Initially a button closure simply carved on the cords of an inro box, netsuke later developed into richly carved handicrafts.
Traditionally, Japanese clothing - the kosode and its later evolution, the kimono - had no pockets. Although kimono sleeves could be used to store small items, men who wore the kimono needed a larger, stronger container in which to store their personal belongings, such as pipes, tobacco, silver, and seals, which resulted in the development of containers known as sagemono. which were suspended by cords from the belts of the dresses (obi).
Today, netsuke production continues and some modern netsuke can fetch high prices in the UK, Europe, US, Japan and elsewhere.
Rare and unique piece.
Rare piece, fine and delicate work.
adjustable thanks to a sliding knot located below the finishing skull.
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