8 November 2007,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 812
GBP 600 - GBP 1,000
An ivory okimono of mother and child, Meiji Period (1868-1912)
the mother seated on rockwork, a woven basket of flowers resting high on her lap, showing the small child on her knee the miniature pagoda she holds in her hand, signed Muneaki to base -- 5½in. (14cm.) high.
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