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19TH C. MONOCHROME IVORY GEISHA WITH SWORD 19th century monochrome ivory geisha with a sword. Includes a wooden base. The geisha holds the sword in one hand, and a basket in the other. From a private Minnesota collection. Weight: 386g Size: 7"

century monochrome ivory geisha with a sword. Includes a wooden base. The geisha holds the sword in one hand, and a basket in the other. From a private Minnesota collection.

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JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO FIGURE GROUP MEIJI PERIOD depicting a man accompanied by a woman holding a peach and a lotus blossom, the man kneeling on the back of a minogame with two smaller tortoises clambering into his lap, unsigned. 10cm high  Notes: Provenance: The Symington Grieve Collection of Japanese Works of Art

JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO FIGURE GROUP MEIJI PERIOD depicting a man accompanied by a woman holding a peach and a lotus blossom, the man kneeling on the back of a minogame with two smaller tortoises clambering into his lap, unsigned. 10cm high Notes: Provenance: The Symington Grieve Collection of Japanese Works of Art

Okimono : groupe de pêcheurs, pêcheuses et enfants  Un Okimono est une sculpture japonaise, comparable à un netsuke mais en plus grand. Contrairement au netsuke qui sert d'attache sur le kimono, un okimono est purement décoratif. (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée Guimet, Paris) / Thierry Ollivier  époque Edo (1603-1868)  gravé, ivoire, sculpté  Japon

Okimono : groupe de pêcheurs, pêcheuses et enfants Un Okimono est une sculpture japonaise, comparable à un netsuke mais en plus grand. Contrairement au netsuke qui sert d'attache sur le kimono, un okimono est purement décoratif. (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée Guimet, Paris) / Thierry Ollivier époque Edo (1603-1868) gravé, ivoire, sculpté Japon

19th C JAPANESE IVORY GROUP FIGURE WOMAN w ONI Antique fully reticulated Japanese ivory group figure depicting a woman holding a basket full of Oni demons. High attention to detail. 19th century. Measures 3 3/4" height x 2 1/2 width

# C JAPANESE IVORY GROUP FIGURE WOMAN w ONI Antique fully reticulated Japanese ivory group figure depicting a woman holding a basket full of Oni demons. High attention to detail. Measures 3 height x 2 width

Taken from an anthology entitled Prince of Darkness.

Taken from an anthology entitled Prince of Darkness, 1946 The illustrations are details from The Temptation of St Anthony, an etching by Jacques Callot, 1630 via Front Free Endpaper

Tiger, from a Tiger and Dragon pair, 1868. Japanese hanging scroll. Mori Ippo. Ink on silk. Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

Tiger, from a Tiger and Dragon pair, 1868. Japanese hanging scroll. Mori Ippo. Ink on silk. Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

Bel Okimono   carved ivory depicting the goddess   Kwanin clasped hands, carrying a basket   of roses at her feet a dragon with three   claws out of the waves, the reverse mark   in red five-character   End of the Meiji period   H: 34 cm

Bel Okimono carved ivory depicting the goddess Kwanin clasped hands, carrying a basket of roses at her feet a dragon with three claws out of the waves, the reverse mark in red five-character End of the Meiji period H: 34 cm