A set of four Chinese ivory figures of Immortals, Qing Dynasty, late 18th/early 19th century
the first carved as Cao Guojiu, holding a fly-whisk in his right hand, his left hand supporting a bag resting on his shoulder containing peaches, a ruyi and a pair of tablets resembling castanets, the second carved as Han Xiangzi playing his flute in both hands, the third carved as He Xiangu, holding a lotus flower in her right hand, a fly-whisk in her left, her hair in a high chignon covered by a cowl, the fourth carved as Zhang Guolao, holding a fly-whisk in his right hand and a bamboo ‘fish-drum’ in his left, chips, the tallest 21,5cm high
*This lot is not suitable for export
This lot did not sell
Estimate R 25 000 - 30 000
It might still be available, contact us if you're interested.