A small Japanese ivory carving of Shoki and two oni fighting, Tomoe Gozen Mon to underside
A small Japanese ivory carving of Shoki and two oni fighting, Tomoe Gozen Mon to underside
A small Japanese ivory carving of Shoki and two oni fighting, Tomoe Gozen Mon to underside
A small Japanese ivory carving of Shoki and two oni fighting, Tomoe Gozen Mon to underside
A small Japanese ivory carving of Shoki and two oni fighting, Tomoe Gozen Mon to underside

A small Japanese ivory carving of Shoki and two oni fighting, Tomoe Gozen Mon to underside

c. 1880 Japan

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A small Japanese carved ivory okimono of two oni fighting, one has a rope round his neck and appears to have been caught by Shoki the demon queller, the Mon of Tomoe Gozen, legendary female samurai warrior is on the underside.

Please note, we can not export Ivory to the USA or China.
Dimensions
Height 4.00 cm (1.57 inches)
Diameter 4.00 (1.57 inches)
Stock Code
N503
Signed/Inscribed
Tomoe Gozen Mon, and Artists signature to base
Kevin Page Oriental Art Ltd

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