Four various ivory sculptures: one a Canton ivory figure representing Shou Xing, one of the three gods of good fortune,  late Qing - Republic, H 36 cm; added a Japanese, Meiji period elephant bearing a tusk with its trunk, on a wooden base, W 13,5 - H 5,8 cm, and two Meiji-period netsuke: one depicting a boy grooming a horse, the other one cut as  a Japanese cormorant fisherman, both with signature, H 4,3 - 5 cm

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€ 400 - € 600
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