Fukurokuju-Inspired Ivory Netsuke


Discover the elegance and cultural depth of our circa 1950's ivory netsuke, featuring a figure reminiscent of Fukurokuju, one of the revered Seven Lucky Gods in Chinese and Japanese mythology. This unique piece showcases the character holding a cane and scroll, symbols of wisdom and longevity. Crafted from ivory, this Chinese carving is adorned with a light diaper pattern, meticulously detailed in shades of red, deep green, and black. Its very thin design elevates its status to a highly collectible item, appealing to connoisseurs of Asian art and netsuke collectors alike. Item code 882646, measuring 2.5" L x 1.25" W x 4.5" H, this netsuke is a testament to traditional craftsmanship and the enduring allure of Asian folklore.


  • Material: Ivory
  • Design: Inspired by Fukurokuju, with cane and scroll
  • Origin: Chinese Carving
  • Era: Circa 1950s
  • Decoration: Diaper pattern in red, green, and black
  • Dimensions: 2.5" L x 1.25" W x 4.5" H
  • Item Code: 882646
  • Collectibility: Highly collectible due to its thin design
  • Ethical Note: Acquired before the end of the 1960s, honoring elephant conservation