29 March 2007,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 240
GBP 300 - GBP 500
A Chinese ivory carving, 18th Century
modelled with two smiling figures, the first with his foot raised upon a three-legged toad, the other seated to his left, before blossoming branches issuing from tall rockwork -- 3¾in. (9.5cm.) high.
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