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The November Sale
Lot 5 : £180

A Meiji period Japanese ivory okimono modelled as a geisha girl standing amidst rocks and lotus flowers, demurely looking downward and holding a bunch of lotus flowers in one hand and two flowers in her other, her kimono and obi profusely engraved with flowers and decorative fan shaped panels, the whole highlighted in red, black, gold and purple, height 29cm, three character seal mark to the underside S/D

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Nicholas Davies - Director
Silver, Jewellery and Militaria

Over the last 30 years Nick has been involved within the Antique Trade. Founding Fieldings in 2001 the company has grown into a major provincial auction house. Nick has seen a wide variety of items during his career from a South Africa Rorke’s Drift Medal, which sold for £39,500 to the iconic Athena tennis dress and racket purchased by Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club from Fieldings in 2015.

Sold for £180 hammer