An ivory okimono figural group Meiji/Taisho Period
Lot 471Y
An ivory okimono figural group Meiji/Taisho Period
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An ivory okimono figural group
Meiji/Taisho Period
Well carved and incised as a lion dancer accompanied by an elderly drummer and a youthful attendant with bell-rattles, all supported on a base spread with a patterned mat scattered with further instruments, a mask, manzai hat and other items associated with itinerant entertainers, with dark pigment accents, signed Muneyasu.
4 1/4in (10.8cm) high; 6 1/2in (16.5cm) wide
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