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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.
A stained ivory carving of a scholar or immortal holding a fan and flywhisk, possibly Chung Li Ch'uan.
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.
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 Chung Li Ch'uan with long flowing beard and two knots of hair either side of head.
A mottled soapstone carving of a Lohan holding a small Buddhistic lion, seated on a black chair. The main figure rests on a wooden stand.
A stained ivory figure of a recumbent scholar holding a bunch of cash in his right hand.
A lightly stained ivory carving of the Buddhist monk Putai Hwo with a group of eleven children.
Stained ivory of a Lohan holding up a dog or small animal in both hands. Wearing flowing robes with left shoulder bare.
Ivory figure of a scholar or immortal, Ts'ao Kuo Chin wearing a crowned hat, left hand holds castanets, right hand holds a flywhisk. Qing dynasty
Carved ivory figure of a scholar in a dancing position with head turned to the right and arms raised.