Vintage Antiques Carved Ivory Asia figurine/Statues old
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Sold Date: 12/10/2006
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
Up for Auction are these two Old/Rare Antique hand carved Real Ivory Figurine/Statues
Both statues/figurines are shaped as if carved from elephant tusk
However have no proof/ yet these two were bought at estate sale of old Asia family and we were first in line and paid a nice price for them. Family said they were past down from old Country, and that these had been done by ivory embroiderers in the old country.This is all we know
These figurines/statues have been left in natural state and have not been cleaned
Still very rare and great piece's of antique ivory with very intricate carvings
Both Figurine/statues stands 13" tall with wooden stand.
Some damage includes broken off pieces on woman's head and some other small chips and little stuff on woman. All are shown in pictures
Male figurine/statue is in very good shape with only some miner damage on crown/head piece. All are shown in pictures .
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