Japanese Carved Ivory Group Grandmother with Child - by Myers Auction Gallery
A 19th century Japanese figure of a farmer. He has a wooden rake leaning against his body and with a woven basket on his back, filled with the fruits of his labor. Signed on the underside. Meiji period. Height: 9 in / 22.86 cm Width: 3.25 in / 8.26 cm Depth: 3.75 in / 9.53 cm
❤ - Carved ivory Samurai
Netsuke of the Seven Lucky Gods, Japan. S)
A Japanese carved ivory okimono: of a peasant with straw hat carrying a child in a basket, signed, 22.5cm. high together with another okimono of peasant with children climbing his back, signed by the same artist, 16cm. high, Meiji period, (2).
19th Century Ivory Carving of a man with gourd bottle and bird on shoulder. Condition: minor losses. Ht. 8 3/4"
An ivory okimono of a peasant standing on a plain base and carrying a boy with a toad in his hand, the peasant holding two vegetable baskets with a knife inside. Signed Shuntei. Late 19th century