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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this nicely carved Meiji period 1868-1912 Ivory Okimono depicting a fisherman , the artist has used one piece of Ivory and captured the moment this cheerful chap lands his catch , a decent sized Fish , the character holds his Bamboo rod in one hand and carefully carries his catch to shore, waves crash against the rocky outcrop upon which he is stood , this pleasing Okimono is nicely signed in a red seal signature to the underside and would make a great price range gift , or nice addition to your Japanese Okimono or works of art collection .


Private UK collection .

Condition report :

Lovely original condition throughout

Approximate sizes :

Height :  6″       15 cm

Width :   2.75″  7 cm

Depth :   2.25″  5.5 cm

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