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International Netsuke Society Journal - 1996


Winter 1996

  • Q&A by Raymond Bushell
  • Sessai: Echizen Master by Steve Waszak
  • Three Kokeis by Eberhard Schmidt-Boethelt
  • Photography in Feudal and Meiji Japan by Michael Dean
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • In Memoriam: Luigi Bandini (1947 - 1996)

Fall 1996

  • Q&A by Raymond Bushell
  • Tanka Minko, Retained Carver for the Todo Clan of Tsu by Hidekazu Okuno
  • Japanese Leather by Alain Ducros
  • Mr. Annesley's Tobacco Box by Michael Dean
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • The Bakemono Says

Summer 1996

  • Q&A by Raymond Bushell
  • Ikkan and His Family by Kentaro Akatsu
  • Matsuda Sukenaga - His Legend and Mystery by Yoichi Shimatani
  • Michael Birch: Explorations by a Netsuke Carver by David Burditt
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • Foreigners, All by Michael Dean
  • The Bakemono Says

Spring 1996

  • Q&A by Raymond Bushell
  • Changing Tastes by Neil K. Davey
  • Netsuke and Sagemono at the Tobacco and Salt Museum by Neil K. Davey
  • Symbol and Substance in Japanese Lacquer: Lacquer Boxes from the Elaine Ehrenkranz Collection by E.J. Lewis
  • One Hundred Inro and Lacquer Boxes from the Roger Weston Collection by E.J. Lewis
  • Circle of Creativity: Merging Stars by Joy Epstein
  • The Bakemono Says
  • Two "Dummy Swords" and Shibata Zeshin's Enthusiasm for the Antique by Michael Dean

The International Netsuke Society is vehemently opposed to the trafficking, trade or commerce of illegal ivory, horn or any other illegal material. We support and comply with all international laws and regulations, including but not limited to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), the Endangered Species Act, and the African Elephant Conservation Act.