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LOT 379

Lot 379

An Ivory Netsuke of Gama Sennin, Together With a Netsuke of a Drummer Boy, 18th/19th Century

An Ivory Netsuke of Gama Sennin, Together With a Netsuke of a Drummer Boy, 18th/19th Century
Lot 379 Details
An Ivory Netsuke of Gama Sennin, Together With a Netsuke of a Drummer Boy, 18th/19th Century

The immortal seated on a rock with a toad perched atop his head; the boy beating a drum with two sticks, incised signature to the underside
tallest height 1.5 in — 3.7 cm

Estimate $400-$600

Realised: $240
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An Ivory Netsuke of Gama Sennin, Together With a Netsuke of a Drummer Boy, 18th/19th Century
  • An Ivory Netsuke of Gama Sennin, Together With a Netsuke of a Drummer Boy, 18th/19th Century
  • An Ivory Netsuke of Gama Sennin, Together With a Netsuke of a Drummer Boy, 18th/19th Century
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