As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this stunning quality Meiji period (1868-1912) circa 1890 , carved Ivory Okimono by a listed Tokyo school artist Kikuchi Godo, the carver has captured the moment a beautiful Bijin stands in thoughtful pose clutching a scroll to her chest with a writing implement in her right hand , her full length Kimono has been decorated in exquisite detail carved to perfection in low relief and depicting Fans and a Ho ho Bird (Phoenix) amid a plethora of native Flora , her hair tied impeccably in traditional fashion and held in place with tassled combs, the facial features and hands carved to painstakingly accurate detail , this one piece Okimono is by a top drawer well recorded Meiji period artist, and would seriously enhance your Okimono or Japanese works of art collection , signed to the underside within an oval seal that translates to read “Kikuchi Godo”
Condition report :
Beautiful condition throughout .
Approximate sizes :
Height : 11.25″ 28.5 cm
Width : 3.0″ 7.5 cm
Depth : 2.5″ 6.3 cm
Free worldwide delivery and a certificate of authenticity included in the price of this item , buyers outside the EU are responsible for the costs of any licences that may be required .
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