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Somada Mitsumine Japanese, dates unknown Inro Case, early 19th century

Somada Mitsumine Japanese, dates unknown Inro Case, early century

Four-case inro with sealife design  Japanese, Edo Period, Early 19th century  By Koma Kansai II, Japanese, 1767–1835  By Shibyama Soichi, Japanese

Four-case inro with sealife design Japanese Edo period Early century Koma Kansai II (Japanese, Shibyama Soichi (Japanese)

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Three-case inro with design of crows and trees by moonlight  Japanese, Edo Period, Early 19th century, MFA

Three-case inro with design of crows and trees by moonlight, by IIZUKA School, Edo period, Early century, Gold lacquer ground; decoration in gold and silver togidashi-e.

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to love many things : Photo

Case (Inrō) with Design of Squid, Shells and Seaweed - Hara Yōyūsai (Japanese, 1772–1845), Period: Edo period (1615–1868), early 19th century - Medium: Case: powdered gold (maki-e) and colored lacquer on black lacquer with mother-of-pearl and gold inlays; Fastener (ojime): ivory carved with abstract design;

Case (Inrō) with Design of Squid, Shells and Seaweed - Hara Yōyūsai (Japanese…

Two-case inro with design of fish and seaweed. Japanese, Edo period. Early 19th century

virtual-artifacts: “Two-case inro with design of fish and seaweed Japanese Edo period Early century ”

japaneseaesthetics:Three-case inro with silk-winder design.  Early 19th century, Japan, by Nomura Kyukoku.  Mosaic of large pieces of shell; incised and filled decoration; interior with gold, silver and colored togidashi-e.  William Sturgis Bigelow Collection, MFA

Three-case inro with silk-winder design. Early century, Japan, by Nomura Kyukoku. Mosaic of large pieces of shell; incised and filled decoration; interior with gold, silver and colored togidashi-e.

Case (Inrō) with Design of Clamshells and Fireflies

Case (Inrô) with Design of Clamshells and Fireflies Koma Yasutada (dates unknown) (Japanese) Period: Edo period

Kajikawa School (active 17th to 19th centuries). Early 19th century. Inrō: lacquer with mother-of-pearl and coral inlays; Ojime: amber; Netsuke: ivory with lacquer. Inro: 3 1/2 x 1 3/4 in. (8.9 x 4.5 cm). Gift of Miss Bella Mabury (M.39.2.306).

Kajikawa School (active to centuries). Inrō: lacquer with mother-of-pearl and coral inlays; Netsuke: ivory with lacquer. Inro: 3 x 1 in. Gift of Miss Bella Mabury

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