Antique Multi-colored Bronze and Ivory Sculpture, Japanese, 19th Century Meiji Period
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Japanese 19th Century Bronze grouping of the Meiji Period of tigers attacking an elephant. The entire sculpture is done in multi-colored bronze, the elephant having large ivory tusks, all on a heavily carved original teak wood base. The sculpture is signed in Japanese on the belly of the elephant. Dimensions: 19" across x 22" high x 11" deep.
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- circa 1890
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- Excellent original condition showing no signs of restoration or damage, including carved teak wood base