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Signed kajikawa bunryusai saku, edo period (19th century)

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SIGNED INAGAWA AND WITH A RED JAR SEAL, EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY)

Signed inagawa and with a red jar seal, edo period (19th century)

Edo Period, Japanese Art, 19th Century, Seal, Samurai, Auction, Warriors, Ivory, Harbor Seal

SIGNED KAJIKAWA BUNRYUSAI SAKU, EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY)

Signed kajikawa bunryusai saku, edo period (19th century)

Japanese Mask, Japan Art, Edo Period Japan, Orient Express, Cigarette Case, Asian Style, Samurai, 19th Century, Auction

Yoshiaki A two-case lacquer inro Edo period (1615-1868), 19th century

Yoshiaki A two-case lacquer inro Edo period century

SIGNED INAGAWA AND WITH A RED JAR SEAL, EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY)

Signed inagawa and with a red jar seal, edo period (19th century)

Japanese Art, Edo Period, Asian Art, Cigarette Case, Samurai, 19th Century, Screens

Case (Inrô ) with Design of Grapevine  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 18th–19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Case: gold and colored lacquer and gold foil on black lacquer with greenstained ivory, mother-of-pearl, amber, and horn inlays; Fastener (ojime): ivory with design of plants; Toggle (netsuke): ivory medallion carved with design of fruited vines

Case (Inrō ) with Design of Grapevine Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan 印籠

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

A four-case lacquer inro

Japanese Art: Meiji Period Magnificence

SIGNED KOMA KORYU SAKU, EDO PERIOD (LATE 18TH CENTURY)

Signed koma koryu saku, edo period (late 18th century)

A Four-Case Lacquer Inro**  Edo period (19th century), with signature Mitsutada  Designed in two colors of gold, red and silver takamaki-e and inlaid mother-of-pearl with summer and autumn flowers on a gyobu nashiji ground, the interior cases nashiji and hirame; fitted with a gold-lacquer bead ojime and a wood and ivory netsuke carved as a split walnut

A Four-Case Lacquer Inro** Edo period century), with signature Mitsutada…

Case (Inrō) with Design of Two Hawks on Tasseled Perches  Period:     Edo period (1615–1868) Date:     19th century Culture:     Japan

Case (Inrō) with Design of Two Hawks on Tasseled Perches Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan

A four-case lacquer inro Meiji Period

Japanese Art: Meiji Period Magnificence

SIGNED SHUNSHO WITH A RED JAR SEAL, EDO PERIOD (18TH - 19TH CENTURY)

Signed shunsho with a red jar seal, edo period (18th - 19th century)

Edo Period, Japanese Art, Seals, 19th Century, 18th, Jar, Auction, Stamps, Glass

A gold lacquer five-case inro by the Kajikawa family, 19th century Of upright form, bearing a kinji ground and lacquered with a cockerel perched on a vine-clad drum, its mate shown on the reverse, foraging for food beneath a spreading pine tree, in gold and slight-coloured takamakie; with a gold ojime carved and pierced with sparrows flying over wild flowers; and an ivory two-part manju, carved and pierced with birds flying over jakago in a stream, beneath a pine tree, unsigned.

A gold lacquer five-case inro by the Kajikawa family, century Of upright…

A FOUR-CASE LACQUER INRO, EDO PERIOD (18TH CENTURY). Depicting Mongols hunting game

A FOUR-CASE LACQUER INRO, EDO PERIOD (18TH CENTURY). Depicting Mongols hunting game

Inrō, Ojime, Netsuke Hara Yōyūsai (Japan, 1772-1845) Japan, 18th-early 19th century Costumes; Accessories Inrō: lacquer on substrate, sp...

Inrō, Ojime, Netsuke Hara Yōyūsai (Japan, 1772-1845) Japan, 18th-early 19th century Costumes; Accessories Inrō: lacquer on substrate, sp...

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