Lucky Cat - Hello Kitty - Japanese Hand-Carved Boxwood Netsuke Bead

Nepal Exports Ltd. $32.00

In traditional Japanese dress, the inro box hung from the obi (belt) of a kimono, on a double cord. At the top of the cord, a large carving called a netsuke (pronounced nets-kay) acted as a toggle to anchor the inro.  This netsuke has authentic double-holes in the base, so when strung on a necklace they will hang upside-down.  

 

 

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In traditional Japanese dress, the inro box hung from the obi (belt) of a kimono, on a double cord. At the top of the cord, a large carving called a netsuke (pronounced nets-kay) acted as a toggle to anchor the inro.  This netsuke has authentic double-holes in the base, so when strung on a necklace they will hang upside-down.  

 

 

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UPC: 654114589526
Availability: Usually ships within 24 hours Monday through Friday.
Width: 6.000
Height: 2.000
Depth: 9.000
Min Purchase Qty: 1 unit
Gift wrapping: Options available
Shipping: Calculated at Checkout