International Netsuke Society Journal - 2019

One of the great benefits of joining the International Netsuke Society is the quarterly journal which the society publishes.  Articles are written by various collectors, scholars and dealers of netsuke.  Published with high quality papers, the journal is handsome as well as being extremely informative and educational.

Summer 2019 Issue

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  • President's Letter
  • Paris 2019 Convention Bulletin
  • Chapters
  • Combien de Ikkosai, Part I
    Giovanni Rimondi
  • Art Names Talk, Signatures Speak: Meishū (Akihide)
    Komada Makiko
  • Auctions
    Pierre Jacquesson, Giuseppe Piva
  • On the Continent
    Max Rutherston
  • Auctions
    Finn Daley Roberts, Dmitry Tubis
  • Made in France: Netsuke and Inrō Celebrating the Beauty of Torn Leather, Rusty Iron, or Decaying Wood
    Else and Heinz Kress
Cover:
Ashinaga and Tenaga. Signed Ikkosai. (see page 17)
Spring 2019 Issue

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  • President's Letter
  • 2019 INS Paris Convention Bulletin
  • Chapters
  • Mitsuharu
    Max Rutherston
  • Art Names Talk, Signatures Speak: Zanmai
    Komada Makiko
  • Auctions
    Pierre Jacquesson, Giuseppe Piva
  • On the Continent
    Gabor Wilhelm
  • A Japanese Lacquer Master's Interpretation of Exotic Designs on European "Gold Leather"
    Heinz and Else Kress
  • Book Review: Japan in Miniature: A Gift of Inro, Ojime and Netsuke
    Jay Hopkins
  • In Memoriam

Cover: 
Shoki and Oni. Unsigned. Photo courtesy Sydney L. Moss Ltd. (see page 21)
Winter 2019 Issue

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  • President's Letter
  • Paris 2019 Convention - Save the Date
  • Letters
  • Chapters
  • Correction
  • Moscow Exhibition
    Max Rutherston
  • The World of the Japanese Theatre as Represented in Netsuke
    Annegret Bergman
  • Auctions
    Max Rutherston
  • Art Names Talk, Signatures Speak: Ikku
  • Komada Makiko
  • Tortoise-shaped Wooden Inrō Carved by the Left-handed (左 = Hidari) Ichizan (Issan) 一山,, Resident of Aizu (Wakamatsu), North of Fukushima
    Heinz and Else Kress
  • Just Whose Cloth Sack is It?
    …and what did it really contain? Christopher Beamer

Cover: 
Boy with treasure sack. Ivory, 19th century, by Masakazu. Christopher Beamer collection (see page 52).

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