Good condition, see description
Ivory okimono of a woodcutter - Signed 'Hideyuki' 秀之 - Japan - Meiji period (1868-1912)
19th century Meiji period Japanese Ivory Okimono of woodcutter, dressed in his traditional clothing, with his axe in one hand resting in front of him and carrying cut logs in a bundle on his back, looking up and smiling
Red seal to the base with signature 'Hideyuki' 秀之
Height 20 cm, width 5.5 cm, depth 4.5 cm
Stand is NOT included
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