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An ivory okimono of a monk playing go and sitting next to a mokugyo bell. Signed "Giko" - Meiji period, 19th century.
Size: H 7 cm

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Bamboo chami or chago with insects (otamu mushi) by Tetsuro Sanjin. Dating back to the Meiji-period. This item comes with a tomobako (orignal signed wooden box)
Size: H 11,5 cm

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Okimono in boxwood representing a skull (zugaikotsu), carved in boxwood. Edo-period, 19th century. This item comes with a small box.
Size: 11 x 7 cm

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A carved ivory okimono representing Hotei, his robe finely textured and stained with a soft dark brown color. Showa-period, signed Shugetsu (red lacquer).
Size: H 11 cm

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A powerful carving in keyaki representing Hannya and simulating a noh mask. The veins in the wood reinforce the design in a spectacular way. Judging from its patina, we date this piece back to the 1st half of the 20th century. The sculpture probably served as a kind of shop sign (kanban).
Size: 33 cm
Signed: Aoun to (carved by Aoun)