An ivory okimono of Jurojin By Seizan, Meiji Period
Lot 353Y
An ivory okimono of Jurojin By Seizan, Meiji Period
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An ivory okimono of Jurojin By Seizan, Meiji Period An ivory okimono of Jurojin By Seizan, Meiji Period
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An ivory okimono of Jurojin
By Seizan, Meiji Period
The God of Longevity typically modelled, clad in scholar robes, clutching a basket brimmng over with peaches in one hand and holding a reishi staff in the other, a goat bleating at his feet below and a mischievous karako clambering over his left shoulder, holding a sprig of peaches across the God's tall forehead; signed Seizan in a tsuishu-lacquer reserve, with separate wood stand. 37.6cm (14¾in) high, the wood stand 9cm (3.5cm). (2).

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  • 象牙彫置物 寿老人 静山作 明治時代
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