A carved ivory tusk 20th century
Lot 111Y
A carved ivory tusk 20th century
AU$ 1,500 - 2,000
US$ 1,400 - 1,900
Lot Details
A carved ivory tusk
20th century
the ivory blade with brown inclusions at the base, carved with a scene of people living in a riverside town, together with a carved wooden stand.
36cm wide.
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