A Japanese ivory okimono of a fisherman wrestling a large beast, incised signature, 19th Century
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A Japanese ivory okimono of a fisherman wrestling a large beast, incised signature, 19th Century

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A Japanese ivory okimono of a fisherman wrestling a large beast, incised signature, 19th Century
the figure carved prising open the jaws of the coiled beast, a fallen bucket of fish to his side, inlaid mother of pearl eyes - 3 5/8in. (9.2cm.) high.
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