VINTAGE JAPANESE CARVED IVORY NECKLACE BRACELET EARRING

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  • Item Category: Jewelry
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 17,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

This is a RARE find..I think t are many of these out on eBay but this is the first in the original box I've seen. It may have been worn, but not much. The necklace has graduated size beads carved with an abstract floral motif. The earrings are carved Roses. The stretch bracelet has square panels with Roses and a pierced border separated by round beads.

The original box is covered by a grey and black paper? and has a metal clasp. Inside inscription identifies it as HODOTA IVORY. Guaranteed to be genuine Ivory.

It is in MINT condition. Necklace length is 18 1/4", earrings are 5/8", bracelet is expandable but best for a 7-7 1/2" size, 7/8" wide. The largest bead is 14.5MM, smallest is 4MM.
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