GOOD QUALITY JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO TAKARABUNE WITH LUCKY GODS BY MASATOSHI

GOOD QUALITY JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO TAKARABUNE WITH LUCKY GODS BY MASATOSHI

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As part of our Japanese Works of art collection we are delighted to offer this fine quality intricately carved Ivory Okimono depicting a Takarabune ( Treasure Ship ) containing most of the seven Lucky gods of good fortune including Ebisu, Jurojin and Daikoku amongst others, the finely carved ship depicted as a huge Dragon boat crashing through the waves and aided by humorous characters rowing frantically, to the very top sits Jurojin upon a Manchurian Crane ( symbol of longevity )whilst reading an open scroll, the Meiji period artist Masatoshi has captured this exquisite little one piece Ivory carving in great detail, signed to the underside with a incised seal, a great addition to any Japanese Okimono collection and includes original Hardwood stand.

 

Condition report:

The condition is lovely throughout.

Approximate Sizes : 

Height:   4″  10 cm

Depth: 1.8″  4.5 cm

Width: 2.2″  5.5 cm

 

Free worldwide delivery and a certificate of authenticity are included within the price of this item, Buyers outside the EU are fully responsible for the costs of any export licences that may be required.

 

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