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Fine Japanese Works of Art from the Edward Wrangham Collection (Online only) / An ivory kiseruzutsu (pipecase) By Joho, 19th century

Lot 55
An ivory kiseruzutsu (pipecase)
By Joho, 19th century
18 June – 9 July 2018, 10:00 BST
London, New Bond Street

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An ivory kiseruzutsu (pipecase)

By Joho, 19th century
Of muso-zutsu form, carved in relief with Tobosaku sennin standing, holding a peach and with a deer at his side, two birds flying overhead and the cord attachment formed by a branch of reishi fungus, signed Joho with seal.
22.5cm (8 7/8in).


象牙彫東方朔図きせる筒 銘「如甫 (印)」 19世紀

Provenance: W.W. Winkworth collection, acquired in 1964.
Wrangham collection, no.359.

The Edward Wrangham Collection of Japanese Art: Part II, lot 161.

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