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A Japanese boxwood netsuke of a giant coiled snake around a young woman.
In the Japanese folk tales, the giant snake is called uwaba-mi or yamakachi. These snakes were rarely seen, but much feared by the locals.
Edo period 19th century
Sizes: 3,5 x 4,0 x 4,0 cm.
Condition report: Good condition
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