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Platters, The Discography at Discogs. Norman L. Sandfield's Netsuke Home Page : FAQ : Selling your Netsuke. By Norman L.
Sandfield September 1, 2006; updated: February 23, 2011 Introduction: We have been receiving an increasing volume of letters and emails requesting information, comments, research, evaluations, appraisals, and sources to sell Japanese netsuke, as well as related arts and antiques. The following information, while necessarily lengthy, is provided to help answer the most commonly asked questions in an organized manner. 1.
Appraising netsuke long distance can be tricky, and sometimes even dangerous, for both parties. Two critical up front questions are: What is the goal of the appraisal: selling the collection, appraisal for insurance, appraisal for estate purposes, donation issues, or just idle curiosity? As to finding appraisers, we need to know where you are located. 2. If you were to bring me a large collection of netsuke and ask for a verbal evaluation, my charges generally start at $100. P.S. 3. If you still wish to sell your netsuke, your five primary options are:
Japanese Garb. Inro and sagemono? - The Carving Path. Jake, on Nov 3 2006, 07:57 PM, said: Hi, I was wondering how you would go about carving an inro from wood.
The obvious would I'm guessing be to rout out the center cavity. But how would you safely hold something so small and clean the inside when you're done? Any tips on how the old masters did it? -Jake. Hi Jake My experience of handling inro is minimal, but making a hollowed out form that I should imagine is very similar would not be too difficult. Netsuke, Inro, Sagemono. International Netsuke Society on Pinterest.
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Natural himatoshi are created by openings near the tail, and also by gills and mouth.