Japanese Okimono of a Fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Okimono of a Fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Okimono of a Fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Okimono of a Fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Okimono of a Fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Okimono of a Fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Okimono of a Fisherman. Meiji Period.
Japanese Okimono of a Fisherman. Meiji Period.

Japanese Okimono of a Fisherman. Meiji Period.

c. 1868 to 1912 Japan

Offered by Philip Carrol

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A good Japanese Ivory and boxwood okimono, Meiji Period. Finely carved as a fisherman, seated upon a boxwood bench. He holds a bamboo fishing rod, with which he has caught an eel; to has side he carries a basket and a tobacco pouch. His left foot rests upon a box with two drawers.
The boxwood bench having an old collectors label attached.
Some age cracks to the Ivory. Otherwise in excellent condition. No repairs.
Dimensions
Height 13.00 cm (5.12 inches)
Width 11.00 cm (4.33 inches)
Medium
Ivory and boxwood.
Signed/Inscribed
Incised signature to the figure, heightened in red.
Philip Carrol

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