London, South Kensington
18 July 2002
A pair of Chinese soapstone figures of female deities
each carved wearing long flowing robes and headdress holding closed scrolls, standing on scrolling bases -- 16 1/8in. (41cm.) high; a pair of soapstone figures of bearded immortals, one holding a sceptre the other holding a child -- 9in. (22.8cm.) high; a Chinese bronze censer and pierced cover, on tripod elephant head feet, two elephant trunk handles, and the cover with recumbent elephant finial -- 11 7/8in. (30.1cm.) high; three Japanese ivory okimono's of farmers and another ivory okimono of an immortal with two children on rockwork, on wood stand mounted for electricity -- 14¾in. (37.4cm.) max. high, (damages).
See Illustration for two. (9)
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