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Results for credit_line:"Museum purchase made possible by a gift of Mrs. Ruth Sinsheimer and others, in memory of Joseph E. Sinsheimer, Professor of Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Toxicology, The University of Michigan"

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Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Inro (four-case medicine box) with design of maple leaves and chrysanthemums, ojime, and netsuke
19th century
Museum purchase made possible by a gift of Mrs. Ruth Sinsheimer and others, in memory of Joseph E. Sinsheimer, Professor of Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Toxicology, The University of Michigan
1997/2.17

Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Netsuke of dancing islander with ball
1775 – 1825
Museum purchase made possible by a gift of Mrs. Ruth Sinsheimer and others, in memory of Joseph E. Sinsheimer, Professor of Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Toxicology, The University of Michigan
1997/2.19

Ippo
Netsuke of mouse and chestnut on leaves
19th century
Museum purchase made possible by a gift of Mrs. Ruth Sinsheimer and others, in memory of Joseph E. Sinsheimer, Professor of Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Toxicology, The University of Michigan
1997/2.20

Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Netsuke of monkey head as Sambasô dancer with moveable tongue
19th century
Museum purchase made possible by a gift of Mrs. Ruth Sinsheimer and others, in memory of Joseph E. Sinsheimer, Professor of Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Toxicology, The University of Michigan
1997/2.18

Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Netsuke of Oni (demon) comforted by a warrior and a Niô (fierce guardian)
19th century
Museum purchase made possible by a gift of Mrs. Ruth Sinsheimer and others, in memory of Joseph E. Sinsheimer, Professor of Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Toxicology, The University of Michigan
1997/2.21
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