Netsuke is the Japanese name for miniature ceremonial carvings worn by the affluent merchant classes during the time of the Samurai. Isaac Kaplan began collecting Netsuke in the 1960s, and developed the collection into one of the largest and most noted in the world. The museum has on exhibition some 200 items from the impressive Isaac Kaplan collection. All are outstanding examples of Netsuke, dating from the 17 th to the 19 th centuries. Netsuke carved in ivory, staghorn and wood and...
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