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Artefacts - Japan (1 to 20 of 61)

Link 1890s Japanese 3 Big Photographs Samurai FALCONRY archery,swordplay,horse racing
Link 19th c. Japanese Painting of Falcon
Link 19th Century Japanese Ivory Falconer
Link A CARVED IVORY OKIMONO OF A FALCONER BY CHIKATOSHI, MEIJI PERIOD
Link A group of various Asian ivory carvings incl. a falconer, 19th C.
Link A Japanese ivory figure of a falconer Meiji period well carved with tinted accents
Artefact A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO Carved as a man holding a bird A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO Carved as a man holding a bird with a piece of rope attached to it, incised signature, numbered in ink 30865. 22cm
Artefact A LACQUER WOOD AND IVORY OKIMONO OF A FALCONER A LACQUER WOOD AND IVORY OKIMONO OF A FALCONER
Link A Miyao bronze sculpture of a falconer (c. 1880 Japan)
Video Along with the Tradition of Falconry (Japan) Along with the Tradition of Falconry
Book An article by Hauptmann a.D.A.Schinzinger which appeared in Mitteilungen der Deurschen Gesellschaft fur natur-und Volkerkunde Ostasiens, Band X, Teil 3, 1906 (Tokyo)
Book Anthropological and Ethno-Ornithological Studies of Altaic Kazakh Falconry and its Cultural sustaina Anthropological and Ethno-Ornithological Studies of Altaic Kazakh Falconry and its Cultural sustainability in Western Mongolia by Soma Takuya
Artefact Antique Japanes Ivory Falconer Antique Japanes Ivory Falconer
Link Antique Japanese Ivory Falconer
Artefact Antique Japanese Ivory Okimono Wood Cutter With Eagle and Monkey Antique Japanese Ivory Okimono Wood Cutter With Eagle and Monkey
Link ‘Heian eagle hunting’ by Kanō Shōsen’in
Artefact Bibliography of Japanese falconry literature at Kumamoto University. 223-302 under section 042 (weap Bibliography of Japanese falconry literature at Kumamoto University. 223-302 under section 042 (weapon employed and function 武器の有職故実) are all falconry related literature.
Book Book on falconry by Misato Ishibashi in Japanese Book on falconry by Misato Ishibashi in Japanese
Artefact Bronze statue of Ieyasu Tokugawa in Sunpu Castle in Japan Bronze statue of Ieyasu Tokugawa in Sunpu Castle. Tokugawa, Ieyasu (徳川 家康, January 31, 1543 – June 1, 1616) was the founder and first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan;
Artefact Brush holder. Ivory. Circumferential fine relief carving: returning fishing, playing children, famil Brush holder. Ivory. Circumferential fine relief carving: returning fishing, playing children, family happiness under jaw; in the background as Samurai Falkner.