The Hare with Amber Eyes: A Family's Century of Art and Loss

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In the 1870s, Charles Ephrussi assembled a collection of 360 Japanese ivory carvings known as "netsuke." In this grand story, a renowned ceramicist and the fifth generation to inherit the collection traces the story of a remarkable family and a tumultuous century.

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Catherine S

Aug 9, 2012

Collecting Things

If you like to collect objects this is a great read about the significance of objects in people's lives. The family history revealed in this story also gives a particular perspective about Jewish life through the two world wars in Europe. And if you like Japanese objects this book describes netsuke in fine detail.

Toni M

Dec 1, 2011

Excellent service

The copy of this marvelous book about Japanese netsukes and European Jewish history in the late 19th/early 20th centuries arrived in perfect condition. I recommend the book and the bookseller to anyone interested in cultural heritage and in the magical tiny objects carved in ivory or basswood that fit in one's pocket and are priceless.

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