8 November 2007,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 5,625
Estimate GBP 5,000 - GBP 7,000
An ivory group of an ox and calf, signed Tomotada, late 18th Century
both reclining, the calf licking its mothers cheek, the rope halter passes along her back, encircles her jaw and is attached to a ring in her nose, her eye pupils are inlaid in pale horn -- 2½in. (6.4cm.)
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