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A black lacquer single-case inro The inro by Yamada Jokasai, the ojime by Mitsusuke, 19th century

A black lacquer single-case inro The inro by Yamada Jokasai, the ojime by…

A roiro lacquer four-case inro By Shibata Zeshin (1807-1891), Meiji Period  Photo: Bonhams

A roiro lacquer four-case inro By Shibata Zeshin Meiji Period Photo: Bonhams LONDON.- Bonhams announced that a.

A rare lacquer and kiri-wood four-case inro By Shibata Zeshin (1807-1891), Meiji Period

A rare lacquer and kiri-wood four-case inro By Shibata Zeshin Meiji Period

A three-case lacquer inro ~ Meiji period (late 19th century), signed Inaba saku  ~  Decorated in gold, silver and black hiramaki-e and takamaki-e with a scene from a Kyogen play on a muranashiji ground.  2¾in. (7cm.) long

Japanese Art: Meiji Period Magnificence

A three-case lacquer inro ~ Meiji period (late century), signed Inaba saku ~ Decorated in gold, silver and black hiramaki-e and takamaki-e with a scene from a Kyogen play on a muranashiji ground.

A four-case lacquer inrō decorated with snakes in high relief on a ground of fine gold kirikane 19th century From a European private collection of inro Dimensions (height): 9.6 cm, 3 4/5 in.

A four-case lacquer inrō decorated with snakes in high relief on a ground of fine gold kirikane, century. From a European private collection of inro. Dimensions (height): cm, 3 in. Photo courtesy Malcolm Fairley Ltd

A two-case lacquer inro By Tsuishu Yosei, Edo period, 19th century, Japan

A two-case lacquer inro By Tsuishu Yosei, Edo period, century, Japanese decorative pieces for purse decor

A gold lacquer five-case inro By Koma Kansai, after a design by Mori Sosen, 19th century

A gold lacquer five-case inro By Koma Kansai, after a design by Mori Sosen,

A four-case lacquer inro by Togyoku Meiji period, late 19th century  decorated in gold hiramaki-e with butterflies in flight above flowering chrysanthemum and bound grasses, on a roiro-nuri ground with hirame, signed Togyoku; with an ivory netsuke carved with a man seated in front of a small boy, signed Hansei and coral ojime, wood storage box 8.5 cm long

A four-case lacquer inro by Togyoku Meiji period, late century decorated…

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