11 November 2008,
London, King Street
Price realised GBP 125
Estimate GBP 4,000 - GBP 5,000
A WOOD AND FOUR IVORY NETSUKE
Edo Period (17th - 19th Century)
A wood netsuke of a standing man; an ivory netsuke of the San Sakumi, signed Kocho (Sai) and Hidemasa; an ivory netsuke of a dragon appearing from a clam; an ivory netsuke of a frog climbing over a large double gourd, signed Rensai; and another of a sage kneeling on an Oni
8.4cm. high, 4.2cm., 4.3cm., 4cm. and 5cm. wide respectively (5)
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