A Japanese carved ivory okimono, late Meiji/Taisho period, m...

by Fellows Auctioneers


£100 - £150

A Japanese carved ivory okimono, late Meiji/Taisho period, modelled as a sage riding upon a mythical beast, holding a gourd issuing smoke, on integral stylised cloud base, 3.75, (9,5cm) high, with carved hardwood stand, together with an Oriental carved ivory desk seal, modelled as a shishi or temple dog in reclining pose, the integral semicircular base with archaistic script, 1.75 long x 1.35 high, (4.5cm x 3.5cm). (2).
1st item has peg broken off where fits into hardwood stand.Tiny hairline to 2nd item, otherwise both sound.

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