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Ama and Octopus, Ryusa-style netsuke, 2011. Carved from mammoth tusk and stained with Yashabushi, Urushi lacquer, Mother-of-pearl and black buffalo horn inlaid eye on octopus. 5.5 cm across, 2 cm thick

Ama and Octopus, Ryusa-style netsuke, 2011. Carved from mammoth tusk and stained with Yashabushi, Urushi lacquer, Mother-of-pearl and black buffalo horn inlaid eye on octopus. 5.5 cm across, 2 cm thick

Netsuke Inro - manju- unsigned (ryusa-style, ivory with metal octopus)

Netsuke Inro - manju- unsigned (ryusa-style, ivory with metal octopus)

matisse stained glass - Google Search

matisse stained glass - Google Search

Mens Gray and Black Leather Wrap Bracelet Rugged by urbanlanding, $14.00

Mens Gray and Black Leather Wrap Bracelet Rugged by urbanlanding, $14.00

details - Glashütte Lamberts

details - Glashütte Lamberts

Bike Gear and Inner tube CUFF! ---- I am so making this one!

Bike Gear and Inner tube CUFF! ---- I am so making this one!

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FOLIAGE, Tomizo Saratani

FOLIAGE, Tomizo Saratani

Maori short hand-club weapons are designed for close quarter combat and used in a jabbing or striking motion with intent to kill or maim (and then kill) with a blow to the skull. From top left, clockwise - Mere, (mere pounamu/greenstone mere) was the exclusive name of the weapon made of pounamu in some regions but other regions had a broader meaning which included the similar patu weapons made from bone, stone and hardwood. Greenstone clubs sometimes absorbed blood into tiny fissures leaving…

Maori short hand-club weapons are designed for close quarter combat and used in a jabbing or striking motion with intent to kill or maim (and then kill) with a blow to the skull. From top left, clockwise - Mere, (mere pounamu/greenstone mere) was the exclusive name of the weapon made of pounamu in some regions but other regions had a broader meaning which included the similar patu weapons made from bone, stone and hardwood. Greenstone clubs sometimes absorbed blood into tiny fissures leaving…