Max Rutherston offers Japanese art in many forms. While the emphasis is on netsuke, the gallery endeavours at all times to have interesting holdings of inro and other sagemono, pipe cases and tonkotsu, lacquer, ceramics, sculpture and samurai accoutrements, as well as selected Meiji period works of art
Four to consider
- Virtuoso Tessai Style Buffalo Horn Sashi-netsuke in the Form of a Dried Salmon, by Cornel Schneider (active Swiss carver)2023-09-29T09:57:11+01:00
- Large Wood Mask Netsuke of an Ogre by Deme Uman2023-09-12T11:11:37+01:00
- Wood Netsuke of a Kirin, Attributed to Masatoshi2023-09-04T14:42:04+01:00
- **SOLD** Celebrated Large Wood Netsuke of a Shishi2023-09-28T09:54:03+01:00
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Art Advisory Service
Although our principal activity is the buying and selling of netsuke and other Japanese works of art, we are also able to undertake valuations (appraisals) and offer advice on the disposal of individual works of art and collections across a wide spectrum of discipline.
Netsuke of Distinction We Have Sold.
- **SOLD** Pale Boxwood Netsuke of a Rakan by Shugetsu I2023-01-18T21:55:33+01:00
- ** SOLD ** Wood netsuke of a Shishi by Hoshin2022-11-27T10:23:19+01:00
- **SOLD TO AN IMPORTANT EUROPEAN MUSEUM** Wood Netsuke of a Seated Tiger, by Naito Toyomasa2022-11-30T05:46:09+01:00
- **SOLD** Ivory netsuke of a stag2021-01-25T18:07:32+01:00
International Netsuke Market
New in 2021 is our International Netsuke Market. The objects displayed on this page are being offered for sale by clients known to me, and have been accepted by me, after careful consideration, as worthy of being posted.