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JAPANESE CARVED IVORY OKIMONO. MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) Japanese carved okimono of a man using an abacus; signed.  Dimensions: Height 3 in. (7.6 cm.)

JAPANESE CARVED IVORY OKIMONO. MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912) Japanese carved okimono of a man using an abacus; signed. Dimensions: Height 3 in. (7.6 cm.)

Description: A Japanese carved ivory Okimono of a lantern lighter standing with folded lantern in one hand and lighter in the other, with sandals tied around his waist, inscribed on the base Yoshihaka, 30th November 1906, 28cm high

A Japanese carved ivory Okimono of a lantern lighter standing with folded lantern in one hand and lighter in the other, with sandals tied around his waist, inscribed on the base Yoshihaka, November high

JAPANESE CARVED IVORY OKIMONO MAN W SQUIRRELS Large Japanese carved ivory okimono, mid to late 19th C., depicting a walking man with a basket of fruiting branches and a dray of squirrels; a basket of branches at his back. Highly detailed with monochrome staining to enhance features. Red cartouche with signature on underside. Fitted to base with peg in foot. Provenance: Private Minnesota estate. Weight: 6.2lbs Size: 15.5 x 5"

JAPANESE CARVED IVORY OKIMONO MAN W SQUIRRELS Large Japanese carved ivory okimono, mid to late 19th C., depicting a walking man with a basket of fruiting branches and a dray of squirrels; a basket of branches at his back. Highly detailed with monochrome staining to enhance features. Red cartouche with signature on underside. Fitted to base with peg in foot. Provenance: Private Minnesota estate. Weight: 6.2lbs Size: 15.5 x 5"

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 century, x x cm

A Japanese carved ivory figure, of a fisherman hauling his net, signed to the base, height 25.5cm (10in.)

A Japanese carved ivory figure, of a fisherman hauling his net, signed to the base, height

/circle-of-shigemasa:-snake,-turle-and-pumpkin- Netsuke okimono, ivory. Japan, 19th cent.

/circle-of-shigemasa:-snake,-turle-and-pumpkin- Netsuke okimono, ivory.

This is a who knows?  Tsukamoto Kyokusai (Japan, died N/A)   Cherry Blossom and Bud, late 19th-early 20th century  Netsuke, Ivory with light staining

Tsukamoto Kyokusai (Japan) Cherry Blossom and bud, late century, Ivory with light staining

A FINE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD TOKYO SCHOOL OKIMONO the fisherman modelled standing holding a basket with his catch, with two cormorants on his shoulder and by his side. Signed. Good condition. 12.5ins high.

A fine Century Japanese Meiji Period Tokyo School Okimono, the fisherman modelled standing holding a basket with his catch, with two cormorants on his shoulder and by his side.

An ivory netsuke 19th century Depicting a reclining cat, turning back to the left as it looks at a small bird, broken winged, on its back, a loose feather caught in the cat's fore paw, details delicately rendered, the birds eyes inlaid, signed Chokusai 4 cm. long

Ivory netsuke - Depicting a cat looking over its back to a bird, broken winged, a loose feather caught in the cats forepaw, birds eyes inlaid.

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