A group of four ivory carvings
Lot 4172Y
A group of four ivory carvings
Sold for US$ 2,375 inc. premium
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A group of four ivory carvings

Comprising: a netsuke of a group of blind men clamouring around a screen inscribed Tomotada, a netsuke of a dozing shojo signed Shosai, an ivory model of a fan dancer with red lacquer inlaid signature Hara, and an ivory figure of a farmer holding a bag of grapes signed Home. The tallest figure height 8in (21.5cm).
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  1. Gregg Dietrich
    Specialist - Maritime
    580 Madison Avenue
    New York, 10022
    United States
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