SOLD! for $174.00.
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- Low Estimate: $100.00
- High Estimate: $125.00
- Realized: $174.00
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Item 1: A fine 19th century Chinese carved cinnabar panel, inset into the cover of a handmade leather bound book. The relief carved panel depicts a man and boy sitting in a landscape with auspicious symbols including prunus trees, mountains and mushrooms. Inset into the covers of a leatherbound book housing an old copy of Webster’s Collegiate dictionary. Back page stamped Hand bound by Betty Munzio 1995. Cinnabar panel measures 3″ x 2″, book 9″ x 6″. Item 2: Two finely carved ivory or bone miniatures, modeled as daffodil plants with stained leaves and eyes, each in a carved ivory pot, one rectangular, one oval. Each signed on base. 2-5/8″H. Chinese or Japanese, late 19th or early 29th century. Condition: Item 1: Wear to edge of front leather cover, overall very good condition. Item 2: Oval pot with two small holes possibly indicating missing some leaves, otherwise very good condition.