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18th C. Japanese Ainu Wood Ikupasuy / Mustache
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18th C. Japanese Ainu Wood Ikupasuy / Mustache Lifter: East Asia, Japan, Edo to Meiji period, 18th to 19th century CE. A finely carved ceremonial wooden...

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