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June 09, 2022 at 8:00 pm ET

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LOT 295

Lot 295

An Ivory Trick Netsuke of Daikoku and a Rat, Signed, Late 19th Century

An Ivory Trick Netsuke of Daikoku and a Rat, Signed, Late 19th Century
Lot 295 Details
An Ivory Trick Netsuke of Daikoku and a Rat, Signed, Late 19th Century

The jovial deity standing beside a large sack, a rat appearing and disappearing from a small opening, the back with a three-character signature inside an oval cartouche
height 1.3 in — 3.3 cm

Estimate $300-$500

Realised: $264
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An Ivory Trick Netsuke of Daikoku and a Rat, Signed, Late 19th Century
  • An Ivory Trick Netsuke of Daikoku and a Rat, Signed, Late 19th Century
  • An Ivory Trick Netsuke of Daikoku and a Rat, Signed, Late 19th Century
  • An Ivory Trick Netsuke of Daikoku and a Rat, Signed, Late 19th Century
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  • 5 Stars: Excellent - No discernable damage, flaws or imperfections
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  • 1 Star: Poor - Flaws or damage immediately apparent under standard lighting (examples: missing components, rips, broken glass, damaged surfaces, etc.)

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