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Description

Lot 16

Tuesday 22 May, 2012 - 10.00am

A Chinese carved ivory standing figure of a Maiden holding a basket of peaches, 6.25ins (159mm) high (Qing Dynasty - late 19th Century), a Chinese ivory figure of a Daoist immortal carved in the Ming style, holding a tablet, 6.375ins (164mm) high (Qing Dynasty - age cracks), and an ivory figure of a man, his left hand across his chest, 6.25ins (159mm) high

Estimate £600 - 800 Sold for £820

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป