1950s Ivory Netsuke: Stag Gazing to the Heavens


Step into a world of ethereal beauty with our "1950s Ivory Netsuke: Stag Gazing to the Heavens," a piece that beautifully captures the majesty and reverence of nature. This exquisite netsuke features a stag, delicately carved with precision into a pointed tip, its gaze lifted towards the heavens in a moment of serene wonder. Crafted in the circa 1950s, this piece not only showcases the unparalleled skill in ivory carving but also evokes a deep connection between the observer and the natural world. The stag, a symbol of purity and grace, is brought to life through intricate detail, inviting you to immerse yourself in the artistry and the timeless allure of this traditional craft.


  • Material: Ivory
  • Theme: Stag Gazing Upwards
  • Technique: Delicately Hand-Carved
  • Era: Circa 1950
  • Condition: Intricately Detailed, Exquisitely Preserved
  • Cultural Significance: Symbolizes Reverence and Connection with Nature

A Note on Ivory:

David's firmly believes in the ethical acquisition and sale of all natural resources and artifacts. We assure our customers that all our ivory pieces were acquired on or before the end of the 1960s, before the commencement of significant elephant conservation efforts. Our collection of ivory pieces aims to honor the elegance and grandeur of elephants, and to promote education about the antiquity and historical significance of these artifacts. By preserving and presenting these pieces, we hope to inspire a greater appreciation for the beauty of the natural world and the importance of conserving it for future generations.