Grouping of five (5) Chinese carved ivory items including a pair of miniature beaker form vases, tripod footed archaistic wedding cup, a standing scholar figure with staff and a small mounted carved Buddha on hardwood stand. Ranging in size from 2" H to 9 3/4" H. The beaker form vases and wedding cup are late 19th/early 20th century, the standing scholar figure is 19th century, and the seated Buddha figure is second quarter of the 20th century. Provenance – The Estate of Eddie Jack Miller, Johnson City, TN. Note: THIS LOT CONTAINS ANIMAL OR PLANT MATERIAL THAT MAY BE RESTRICTED UNDER FEDERAL, STATE, AND/ OR LOCAL LAW. BIDDERS SHOULD CHECK ALL APPLICABLE GOVERNMENT WILDLIFE RESTRICTIONS PRIOR TO PLACING A BID. THE BUYER WILL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING ANY NECESSARY LICENSE OR PERMITS APPLICABLE TO THE SALE OR TRANSPORT OF THE OBJECT. PLEASE NOTE THAT BIDDERS IN NEW JERSEY MAY NOT BID ON ANY LOTS CONTAINING ELEPHANT IVORY, MAMMOTH IVORY, OR RHINOCEROS HORN. CONDITION: Beaker form vases with slight losses to raised decoration on sides. Wedding cup with shallow chip to outer rim.
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