Japanese Ivory Okimono of a fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Ivory Okimono of a fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Ivory Okimono of a fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Ivory Okimono of a fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Ivory Okimono of a fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Ivory Okimono of a fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Ivory Okimono of a fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Ivory Okimono of a fisherman. Meiji Period.

Japanese Ivory Okimono of a fisherman. Meiji Period.

c. 1890 to 1910 Japan

Offered by Philip Carrol

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A good Japanese Ivory okimono, c. 1900. Meiji Period. Well carved as a fisherman walking bare footed, by the sea, carrying a basket in his right hand, a further basket full of fish tied to his waist. In his left hand, he carries a finely carved turtle.
Signed to a red lacquer seal applied to the base.
Excellent, original condition. No repairs.
Dimensions
Height 13.00 cm (5.12 inches)
Width 7.00 cm (2.76 inches)
Medium
Ivory
Signed/Inscribed
Signed on a red lacquer tablet.
Philip Carrol

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