A Japanese ivory figure of a fisherman Meiji period.
Lot 357Y
A Japanese ivory figure of a fisherman Meiji period.
Sold for AU$ 7,200 (US$ 6,730) inc. premium
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A Japanese ivory figure of a fisherman
Meiji period.
Seated on a rock, smiling in satisfaction holding a bamboo rod with a large hooked fish in his right hand and a pipe with tobacco sack in his left hand and wearing a short floral patterned kimono, a large fish lying by his feet. 16cm high
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