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A gold lacquer inlaid broad two-case inro By Masaharu, Meiji Period

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inrō - 印籠

Inro depicting cocoons, silk moths and a mulberry leaf in gold hiramakie, takamakie and black lacquer on a gold lacquer ground, by Shibata Zeshin, dated 1865

A four-case inro simulating a Chinese ink-cake.. By Ogawa Haritsu (Ritsuo, 1663-1747), 18th century Photo: Bonhams

This four-case inro by Ogawa Haritsu simulates a Chinese ink cake. It is carved on one side with a flaming dragon and on the other (not shown) with relief inscriptions that refer to a Chinese, Wanli period book of ancient Chinese ink cakes by Fang Yulu.

Inro & Netsuke, 18th c.

Rare Japanese Inro & Netsuke w/ Pearl Lead Gold Lacquer Signed Korin 18th

Rare Japanese Inro & Netsuke w/ Pearl Lead Gold Lacquer Signed Korin

Kôrin Ogata | Inro à quatre compartimentsà décor d'iris | Images d’Art

Kôrin Ogata, Inro à quatre compartimentsà décor d'iris

A gold-lacquer and Shibayama-inlaid three-case inro in the form of a bundo (balance weight) By Nemoto, Meiji era (1868-1912)

A gold-lacquer and Shibayama-inlaid three-case inro in the form of a bundo (balance weight) By Nemoto, Meiji era

Inro      Place of origin:      Japan (made)     Date:      19th century (made)     Artist/Maker:      Koma, Kansai (maker)     Materials and Techniques:      Coconut shell, gold hiramakie and takamakie lacquer and inlaid with pearl-shell and hardstones     Credit Line:      Pfungst gift     Museum number:      W.381:1-1922     Gallery location:      Japan, room 45, case 8

Inro, netsuke and ojime

century (made), Artist/Maker: Koma, Kansai (maker), Materials and Techniques: [Inro] Coconut shell, gold hiramakie and takamakie lacquer and inlaid with pearl-shell and hardstones [Netsuke] Wood with gold lacquer

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