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A group of five ivory netsuke, Edo and Meiji Period
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A group of five ivory netsuke, Edo and Meiji Period

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A group of five ivory netsuke, Edo and Meiji Period
the first of the seven gods of good fortune sailing on the Takarabune, signed Isshosai and sealed; a young boy next to a large sack upon which a dog is seated; Fukurokujyu next to a crane, signed; a laughing Hotei, standing with his sack on his head; the last of Daikoku with his mallet and a large sack -- 2¼in. (5.7cm.) long max. (5)
Provenance
The first was sold at Christie's London on 8 June 1977, lot 103. Ex Philadelphia Museum, collection number: 29-26-134.
The last was sold at Christie's London on 16 November 1976, lot 58. Ex Philadelphia Museum, sollection number: 29-26-391.
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