Shown with my “Chrysanthemum” netsuke
Purchased without a netsuke; shown with my “Snake Snack” netsuke
by Nicholas Crombach
I saw Nicholas working on this piece before it was cast in bronze and immediately fell in love with a cow.
by Cornel Schneider
This exquisite netsuke by Cornel is remarkable by the combination of amber and boxwood and above all the incomparable ukebori work on the skin of the snail!
Japanese medieval money pouch incorporating medieval Chinese coins as netsuke and ojime and Indian-inspired flower motive.
Boxwood, with lacquer highlighted flowers and leaves, coins are silver
65mm x 30mm
by Tiaan Burger (more info)
by Debora Beijerbacht
This is a perfect replica in miniature of the original chair at the Metropolitan museum in NY.
It is assembled from 40 or so parts measuring 55mm in hight and folding smoothly as can be seen in the photographs.
by Nick Lamb
I first sow this rabbit in London, Nick was showing it at the Netsuke Convention in 2013; a year or so later we had an unrelated email conversation and i asked Nick if he still had the rabbit I so admired in London. to my delight he did and now it is in my collection! the fur work is Nick’s specialty; in fact he taught me the technique.
Sterling Silver, 18K Gold, Gabon Ebony
Boxwood — common himotoshi
Boxwood, Sterling Silver, 14k Gold Eyes
Boxwood, Gabon Ebony Eyes
Sterling Silver, 18K Gold, Figured Maple Bowl
Boxwood, Sterling Silver Bowl
Boxwood, natural himotosi
62mm by 30mm
Exotic wood, silver, 18kt gold
A selection of painting & drawings c1970-2000
Boxwood, eyes Black African Ebony
Boxwood, snake eyes buffalo horn, frog eyes Gaboon ebony, 42mm
Basswood & Onyx eyes
60mm x 40mm
Boxwood, fish sterling silver
36mm x 47mm
A selection of my jewellery
Silver, gold and diamond hair comb, winner of the Canadian Jewellers Association (CJA) 100 Year Anniversary Award
Ivory pendant with 14k gold
Ivory and silver necklace with 18K gold and diamond.
1973 Diamond International Award winner