Two Japanese carved ivory okimono
Lot 4520Y
Two Japanese carved ivory okimono
US$ 150 - 250
£90 - 150
Lot Details
The Ronald F. Antonioli Collection, Part II Ronald Antonioli was a successful real estate developer, cabinet maker, philanthropist, aspiring concert pianist and a connoisseur of European sculpture, furniture and art of the 18th & 19th centuries. His superb collection amassed over his lifetime reflected his passion for fine details and excellence.
Two Japanese carved ivory okimono
CANNOT SELL IN CALIFORNIA: Including one of a native farmer holding a scythe in his right hand and a gnarled branch in his upheld right, and a squatting villager with a barrel or basket.
4in (10cm) height of the first and larger

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