Japanese ivory okimono. Raiden and family. Meiji Period.


An interesting Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji Period (1868-1912). Amusingly carved as Raiden, his wife and son on a family outing. He wears robes, and carries a large parasol, and lantern. His wife stood to his side, and his son crouched behind him. All upon a shared base.
Signed to base.
Height - 5 cm, 2”.
Width - 3.5 cm, 1 3/8”.
Depth - 2.6 cm, 1”.
Condition - Some typical age cracks, commensurate with age. Otherwise excellent condition. No repairs.

Medium: Ivory.

Signed/Inscribed: Signed to the base.

Height:  5 cm, 1.97"
Width:  3.50 cm, 1.38"
Depth:  2.60 cm, 1.02"

Condition: Some typical age cracks, commensurate with age. No repairs.

£490

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