1st set – Grouping of three Japanese carved ivory figure, all signed by the artist Gyokuzan, including a standing hoti with fan and bag (1 7/8" H), a seated male figure holding a fan (1 3/8" H) and a seated war lord (1 1/2" H). All 19th century. 2nd set – Grouping of three Japanese carved ivory figures including one seated male with jointed head, signed on base (1 7/8" H), a carved netsuke man and child with box, signed on base (1 1/2" H) and a standing carved ivory man with traveling bags mounted on an ivory stand. 4 1/2" H. All 19th century, Meiji period. Note: This item contains a substance which is protected and restricted in the United States and by international convention and can only be shipped within the United States. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions, clause 10. Condition: 1st set – First two figures overall very good condition. War lord has damage to one arm and is missing object in one hand. 2nd set – Seated male missing object from hands. Other carvings overall very good condition with some age cracks.
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