London, South Kensington
12 December 2007
A Japanese ivory okimono, signed Eigyoku, early 20th Century
of a basket seller, carrying his wares over his shoulder attached to a bamboo rod, other than baskets, he has taiko drums, a samurai helmet, a book and toys in the shape of cats, signed on a red lacquer rectangular reserve, some details stained -- 6 3/8in. (7.2cm.) high.
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