JAPANESE CARVED IVORY OKIMONO - Portrayal of a fishermen with a trident attached to a rope standing in the waves waiting for a catch. Character marks to base. Condition good; minor age cracks on head. First half 20th century. 3.25"H
JAPANESE CARVED IVORY OKIMONO GAMA SENNIN Japanese carved ivory okimono of Gama Sennin (Toad Immortal), late 19th C., depicted in his lily pad motif robe and leaf skirt, two toads on his shoulders; a monkey paws at his robes in a begging gesture. Monochrome stain to enhance details. Cartouche of signature on underside. Includes base. Provenance: Private Minnesota estate. Weight: 252g without base Size: 6.25" without base
Description: Antique Carved Ivory Okimono: Fisherman elaborately carved antique, Circa 1900, Japanese ivory okimono; of a cormorant fisherman, standing on rockery among waves and holding his bird with a fish in his beak, signed on red lacquer plaque; H: 7"; Provenance: the Estate of Zoltan Shaw, collected mid 20th Century
A GOOD SIGNED 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD CARVED IVORY OKIMONO OF A FARMER, carrying a large basket over his shoulder, the basket tied to a long stick, the robes of the farmer with engraved and stained decoration, the base with a signature, 6.1in high.