Three ivory okimono Meiji
Lot 7* Y
Three ivory okimono Meiji
Sold for £400 (US$ 672) inc. premium
Auction Details
Asian Art
13 Nov 2013 11:00 GMT

Auction 20660
Lot Details
Three ivory okimono
A fisherman with rod, basket and straw hat, signed Horyu, 17.5cm high, a woman in patterned kimono balancing a boy on her hip, in marine ivory, 17cm high, and a marine ivory group of a deity and attendant, probably Daikoku,
12cm high
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  1. Ian Glennie
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