1st item: Japanese Ivory Okimono of a male farmer with tool and basket on back. Signed on the base with a red chop mark. 6″ H. 19th century. 2nd item: Japanese carved ivory okimono depicting a standing vegetable peddler holding a basket of produce, an object in his hand with additional basket on the ivory base. Arms and legs were carved separately and pegged to the body. Base also carved and pegged to figure’s feet. Incised artist signature to base. 4 1/4″ H x 3″ W x 2″ D. Meiji period, Late 19th century. 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 item: Overall very good condition with some age cracks. 2nd item: Condition: Ivory base with exposed peg, object for peg most likely missing.
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