In excellent condition, see description
Ivory okimono depicting a tiger attacking two boars. Japan, turn of the 20th Century (Meiji Era)
Fine quality, very expressive subjects.
Eyes in mother-of-pearl and horn
Size (width) 25 cm
In very good condition on the whole, with original insert in the natural vein of the ivory (see photo highlighted in red)
Japanese artefact from the Meiji Era (circa 1890–1910).
The Item was produced prior to 1947, and is therefore in compliance with European Union regulations on ivory trade.
The item comes with a certificate of authenticity that will be sent to the buyer.
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|Member since:||April 28, 2016|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Bel objet bien emballé envoyé rapidement. Malheureusement le tenon du bras gauche était cassé et le bras décollé.
(I am satisfied, but the tenon of the left arm was broken and the arm unstuck).
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|Rest of Europe||$35.51|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Niella tanaro (italia), Italy.
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