SOLD! for $174.00.
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Asian carved ivory Okimono, man and boy working in a field. The boy holds a hoe and the older man carries a bundle of leaves or vegetables on his back. Chinese or Japanese marks on base. 4"H. Provenance: purchased by George Mitchell (co-owner of Mitchell's Candy Store, Nashville) during the course of several trips to China and Japan in the late 19th-early 20th century. Mitchell estate. Condition: Some glue residue visible under man's feet, some fine age cracks to basket, man's foot and back, overall good condition.