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A stained ivory figure of a standing scholar or deity in long sleeved robe with right hand across chest. Qing Dynasty.
An elegant ivory figure of the Taoist immortal Chung Li Ch'uan, holding his fan with the right hand, standing holding fan and staff.
A soapstone carving of a standing Taoist immortal, probably Vhang Kuo-Lao or Chang Kuo Lao with his bamboo tube.
Ivory figure of (Kwan Yin) Guanyin, the Buddhist deity, seated and wearing a cowl and headdress. Holding a rosary in the right hand and leans on her left arm. Early Qing dynasty.
Ivory figure of the Taoist Shoulao wearing long sleeved robes and with a flowing beard and a tall, bald cranium. He holds a staff in his right hand and a fan in the left.
A soapstone carving of the Taoist immortal Li T'ieh-Kuai holding his crutch and gourd flask.
A soapstone carving of Shoulao the Taoist holding a Juyi sceptre in left hand.
A stained ivory carving of Chang Kuo-Lao standing beside his paper mule.
A stained ivory carving of a scholar or immortal holding a fan and flywhisk, possibly Chung Li Ch'uan.
A stained ivory carving of a seated figure wearing an eleborate chignon possibly the Buddhist deity Guanyin or Kwan Yin.
Ivory figure of a Ming official or Ts'ao Kuo Ch'in wearing long sleved robes and cap with a high rear edge, standing holding a ivory tablet.
A stained ivory carving of a Manchu/Chinese scholar or attendant
An ivory carving of Chang Kuo Lao with a long sleeved robe and cap.
Ivory figure of a standing scholar Ts'ao Ku Ch'in, one of the eight taoist immortals, wearing court dress and carrying castanets. Early Qing dynasty.
Ivory figure of (Kwan Yin) Guanyin, the Budhist diety, carrying a child and 'rosary'.