A Japanese carved ivory netsuke, Meiji period
Lot 234Y
A Japanese carved ivory netsuke, Meiji period
Sold for £250 (US$ 420) inc. premium
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A Japanese carved ivory netsuke, Meiji period
Depicting two seated figures, one holding a fan, his left arm around the other figure, 4cm high, signature to a red tablet
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  1. Sarah Shirley-Priest
    Specialist - General Ceramics and Glass
    Bonhams
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    The Old House
    Solihull, B93 0HT
    United Kingdom
    Work +44 1564 732 962
    FaxFax: +44 1564 778 069
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