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Lot 5

A tall Japanese ivory okimono of a fisherman, Meiji period, 1868-1912
standing barefooted on a rocky outcrop, wearing a straw apron over his tunic, holding a fishing net in both hands, a young boy below holding his net containing a fish, on a stylised wavy base, losses, cracks, repairs, signed, 43,5cm high, raised on a tiered carved pentagon-shaped wooden base headed by turned ivory finials, 11,5cm high *This lot is not suitable for export

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Estimate: R 15 000 - 20 000 

This lot did not sell


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