Further examples of Ming ivory seals include one from the collection of Sir Herbert and Lady Ingram of Driffield Manor, sold in our London rooms, 8th June 1993, lot 155, carved on the top with a lion; and another with a dragon in a pose similar to the present, attributed to the Wanli reign (1573-1620), from the Sir Percival and Lady David collection, included in the Oriental Ceramic Society exhibition The Arts of the Ming Dynasty, The Arts Council Gallery, London, 1957, cat. no. 363, sold in our London rooms, 14th December 1976, lot 206. See also a meticulously carved seal surmounted by a dragon clutching a flaming pearl, offered in our Hong Kong rooms, 4th April 2012, lot 3201.
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