10 November 2016, 15:00 GMT
Woking, United KingdomLive Auction
Lot 1614: Late 19th century Japanese Tokyo School ivory okim(56 views)
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Estimate: £3,000 - £5,000
Description: Late 19th century Japanese Tokyo School ivory okimono carved as a man holding a basket containing two Pekingese with boy and another Pekingese playing with a rope at his feet, rectangular red signature cartouche to base, 24.5cm high,PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CONTAINS OR IS MADE OF IVORY. Buyers must be aware that regulations of several countries, including USA, prohibit the import of ivory, or any goods containing ivory. Ewbanks advise prospective purchasers who intend to ship this lot to another country that they must familiarise themselves with the relevant import/export regulations prior to bidding. They are responsible for their shipping arrangements and the onus is therefore on them to organise their own shipping.