An Art Deco Swiss enamel and Guilloch gilded silver Minaudiere notebook pendant, of shaped oblong form with gilded trellis design, enclosing mirror with ivory note pad and pencil, two engine turned compartments, makers mark Lr, 8 cm long.
A ruby set elephant pendant, 14ct yellow gold mounted, crafted from a carved piece of ivory in a stylised form of an elephant, detailed to eye and saddle with small pink rubies claw set, gold detailed to tusk, feet and tail with gold, fitted with bail
Two carved ivory figures depicting a fisherman and a lady each with a gold mount together with a pierced and carved landscape in oval frame and an ivory tiger's tooth shaped pendant, a carved ivory four section inro (5) Provenance the Estate of Mary Lipshu
A Victorian Royal Worcester bottle vase, 1894, shape number 1449 dating from 1890, having a cobalt spherical body above a waisted circular foot, with a slender knopped neck and flaring rim in blush ivory with fluted and pendant husk motifs, the body with a
An archaistic ivory pendant of rounded rectangular form, one side carved with an inscribed central cartouche within bird motifs in relief on a ground of stylised waves, the reverse undecorated, the ivory stained to an amber colour 6.2 cm
A carved ivory dragon pendant. One kite shaped panel pendant with outer scalloped profile, carved from a single piece with a dragon motif, pierced lattice styled ground with a fixed bail, engine turning visible. Length 6.5 cm
A group of seven Japanese okimono and nestuke, Meiji or Taisho period including a carved bone branch issuing fruit, a carved ivory carpenter, an ivory pendant carved with a shogun and crane, a carved wood Dharuma, a carved wood figure group of a monkey rid
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