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Four Japanese Carved Ivory Deities Each elder is carved as with a turtle and a hare, a fish and a mesh, a vase and a teapot, and a scroll and a dragon fish. With maker's name, affixed to wood stands. Late 19th century Meiji period. Highest 42cm (16.5 in.) without stand

Four Japanese Carved Ivory Deities Each elder is carved as with a turtle and a hare, a fish and a mesh, a vase and a teapot, and a scroll and a dragon fish. With maker's name, affixed to wood stands. Late 19th century Meiji period. Highest 42cm (16.5 in.) without stand

A LOVELY 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD IVORY OKIMONO depicting a startled artizan with a rat upon his leg. Signed.  3.5ins wide.

A LOVELY 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD IVORY OKIMONO depicting a startled artizan with a rat upon his leg. Signed. 3.5ins wide.

Description: A Japanese carved ivory group of rats, fish, seashells and a lobster 8cm wide

Description: A Japanese carved ivory group of rats, fish, seashells and a lobster 8cm wide

A Boar's Tusk Netsuke Signed Mitsunobu, Meiji Period (late 19th century) Carved with a bat 6cm. high

A Boar's Tusk Netsuke Signed Mitsunobu, Meiji Period (late 19th century) Carved with a bat 6cm. high

Netsuke of Cat Lying on a Bowl, underneath which is a Fish -- small wood carving, 19th century Japan

Netsuke of Cat Lying on a Bowl, underneath which is a Fish -- small wood carving, 19th century Japan

A Japanese Meiji period naturalistically carved ivory crane, on a burled wood base. Signed Kofu

A Japanese Meiji period naturalistically carved ivory crane, on a burled wood base. Signed Kofu

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