London, South Kensington
19 July 2007
ASIAN ART - 10.30am
The Property of a Private Collector
A Japanese ivory manju netsuke of a Rakkan, signed Ikkosai Kojitsu, 19th Century
carved in sunk relief as a bust portrait of the buddhist saint, with one shoulder bare and wearing long earrings of wood, coral and glass, the reverse with breaking waves and signed with kao -- 2in. (5cm.) diam.
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