Two Japanese carved ivory Okimono Meiji period
Lot 393Y
Two Japanese carved ivory Okimono Meiji period
Sold for AU$ 1,560 (US$ 1,448) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
Two Japanese carved ivory Okimono Meiji period
depicting musicians and mahjong players, together with nine various carved ivory netsuke and a carved demon mask

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