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Owner: Antiques Atlas
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We are selling this large 19th Century Japanese ivory falconer which is signed to base. He holds a small bird in one hand fan in the other and has basket to his back. Traditionally dressed in robes with an unusual hat on his head.
Measuring 14 inches in height and in gopod condition appropriate for age.
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