In good condition
Ivory okimono depicting a man smoking his pipe/kiseru and holding his tabako-ire in his other hand. On his belt hangs an empty basket.
Finely carved with a lot of details.
Signed under the base.
Height: 16 cm
Weight: 175 gram
In good condition, some natural ivory veining.
Japanese artefact from the late Meiji or Taisho Period, ca. 1900-1920.
This okimono was made prior to 1947 and is there fore in compliance with European Union regulations on ivory trade.
The item comes with a certificate of authenticity made by Drs. J.W. van den Berg, Register Taxateur, Holland, that will be sent to the buyer.
Very important: this item cannot be sold outside the EU.
This item will be professional packed and shipped with ´track and trace´. Insured.
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