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Inrō with Owl and Crows in Tree, Edo period century, Black lacquer ground with gold and silver togidashi maki-e and e-nashiji, cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Inro and netsuke

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Three lacquer inro. Edo period, 18th century, decorated in inlaid mother-of-pearl and coral with a hare gazing up at a crescent moon and ferns on a cork ground

: : a husk of hares : : Three lacquer inro. Edo period, century, decorated in inlaid mother-of-pearl and coral with a hare gazing up at a crescent moon and ferns on a cork ground

Hara Yōyūsai (Japanese, 1772–1845). Inrō with Sparrows in Snow-covered Nandina, early 19th century. Japan. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1913 (13.67.33)

Inrô with Sparrows in Snow-covered Nandina Hara Yôyûsai (Japanese, Artist: After a design by Sakai Hôitsu (Japanese, Period: Edo period Date: early century Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquer with gold and silver makie

Black lacquer and gold inro of the Edo period (17th century).  Used in lieu of pockets, inro were carrying-cases closed by an ojime (sliding bead) and fastened to the obi by a netsuke.

Japanese Black lacquer and gold inro of the Edo period century). Used in lieu of pockets, inro were carrying-cases closed by an ojime (sliding bead) and fastened to the obi by a netsuke.

Inrô: Figures in a landscaped garden, century, Red lacquer; cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Case (Inrō) with Design of Buddhist Priests Kanzan and Jittoku School of Ogata Kōrin (Japanese, 1658–1716)  Period:     Edo period (1615–1868) Date:     18th century Culture:     Japan

寒山拾得蒔絵印籠 Inrō with Rinpa Style Kanzan and Jittoku Artist: School of Ogata Kōrin (Japanese,

Early 19th century Inro, Ojime, Netsuke: Inro: lacquer on substrate, sprinkled gold flecks; Ojime: coral; Netsuke: wood, metal, Inro. Toshihide (Japan, 1757-1833)

Early century Inro, Ojime, Netsuke: Inro: lacquer on substrate, sprinkled…

Case (Inrô) with Design of Autumn Flowers  Shiomi Masanari  (Japanese, 1647–ca. 1722)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: early 18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Case: gold, silver, and blue lacquer on black lacquer; Fastener (ojime): pierced gold with floral design; Toggle (netsuke): crystal carved in the shape of a bucket

Case (Inrô) with Design of Autumn Flowers Shiomi Masanari (Japanese, Case: gold, silver, and blue lacquer on black lacquer; Fastener (ojime): pierced gold with floral design; Toggle (netsuke): crystal carved in the shape of a bucket

“ ” “ Antique Japanese Lacquer Inro and Ivory Netsuke. This 18th to 19th century “Antique Japanese Inro” measures 3 and three quarters inches long by 2 and three eighths inches wide and is three...

“ ” “ Antique Japanese Lacquer Inro and Ivory Netsuke. This to century “Antique Japanese Inro” measures 3 and three quarters inches long by 2 and three eighths inches wide and is three.

netsuke, inro and obi

A netsuke ('root-fix) was attached to the end of a small decorative container called an inro, stopping the weight of the inro from slipping through the waist sash (obi). The cord was passed round the back of the sash, and the netsuke hooked over the edge.

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