Modern, Post-War and Contemporary Art, Decorative Arts and Jewellery

including paintings from The Late Peter and Regina Strack Collection, The Property of a Lady and The Andrew Newall Collection of Chinese and Japanese Ceramics and Works of Art

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Lot 127

A Japanese Shibayama style inlaid ivory tusk vase, Meiji period, 1868-1912
inlaid with a table surmounted by a basket filled with cherry blossom, chrysanthemums, wisteria and foliage, the platform of the table with a flower-filled jardinière, an ewer to the left and a standard to the right, with butterflies and a sparrow, the reverse inlaid with iris, cherry blossoms and butterflies, viewed by a bird on a rocky outcrop, with a goose in flight above, the cover surmounted by a large seated tiger and inlaid with three leaves, the foot with silver-mount border on a fixed wooden stand, signed in a mother-of-pearl tablet Masayuki?, some mother-of-pearl loss, the tusk vase and cover 33,5cm high supported on a detachable elaborately carved wood five-footed revolving wood stand
*This lot is not suitable for export

Sold for R 35 000
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 39 830

Estimate R 20 000 - 25 000

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