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An ivory okimono of a dragon having his teeth examined Meiji Period, Signed Nimin/Futsumin

An ivory okimono of a dragon having his teeth examined Meiji Period, Signed Nimin/Futsumin

Lot:CARVED IVORY NETSUKE: Dragon & Snake, Lot Number:10, Starting Bid:$900, Auctioneer:I.M. Chait Gallery/Auctioneers, Auction:CARVED IVORY NETSUKE: Dragon & Snake, Date:11:00 AM PT - Nov 24th, 2013

Lot:CARVED IVORY NETSUKE: Dragon & Snake, Lot Number:10, Starting Bid:$900, Auctioneer:I.M. Chait Gallery/Auctioneers, Auction:CARVED IVORY NETSUKE: Dragon & Snake, Date:11:00 AM PT - Nov 24th, 2013

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Description: A LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD IVORY OKIMONO depicting a fisherman holding aloft a well carved eagle. Small loss to base. 14.5ins high

Description: A LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD IVORY OKIMONO depicting a fisherman holding aloft a well carved eagle. Small loss to base. 14.5ins high

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La hipótesis del tiempo fantasma nos dice que Carlomagno no existió y un total de 297 años fueron inventados. Gran parte de la Edad Media fue un invento.

Central Spain carved ivory goblet in the late nineteenth century | Balclis Barcelona. Hunting dogs galore.

Copa en marfil tallado centroeuropeo de finales del siglo XIX

19th C. Carved Japanese Netsuke - by Kaminski Auctions	19th century carved Japanese netsuke, 4 1/2" h.

19th C. Carved Japanese Netsuke - by Kaminski Auctions 19th century carved Japanese netsuke, 4 1/2" h.

Mythodea - Ivory Snuff Bottle, China, 19th century,  : More Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

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Figurine (Man carrying one child; three children at his feet.); Ivory, Japan, late 19th century, 16.5 x 10.8 x 9.5 cm. An okimono may be a small Japanese carving, similar to, but larger than netsuke. Unlike netsuke, which had a specific purpose, okimono were purely decorative and were displayed in the tokonoma.

Figurine (Man carrying one child; three children at his feet.); Ivory, Japan, late 19th century, 16.5 x 10.8 x 9.5 cm. An okimono may be a small Japanese carving, similar to, but larger than netsuke. Unlike netsuke, which had a specific purpose, okimono were purely decorative and were displayed in the tokonoma.

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