A LARGE IVORY NETSUKE OF KAN'U
Circa 1850
Artist:
Shinkeisai
Size:
Height: 9 cm
SOLD
A tall ivory figure of Kan'u standing in his typical pose, his halberd held tightly to his right side and his left hand clasping his long beard. His hair is wrapped in a soft scarf and he wears richly decorated long robes. His long sash is tied in a soft bow to the front. Signed under his right foot: Shinkeisai

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