1st set: Pair of Chinese ivory figures on stand depicting a seated male holding a detailed carved fish and a seated female holding a basket of food. Both measure 5" H. Late 19th century. 2nd set: Two Japanese ivory netsukes, one depicting a seated Kabuki mask carver, artist signed on base, and the other depicting a seated smiling Buddha with bag atop head and applied colors to carving. Red seal signature to base. 1 1/2" H and 2 1/8" H. Late 19th and early 20th century.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: Male figure overall very good condition with break to top of fish. Female figure overall very good condition with old repaired break to stretcher of stool. Ivory Netsukes are both in very good condition.
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