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Inro: Lantern Plant late 19th century. Lacquered wood, with gold and inlays.

Inro: Lantern Plant, late century Japanese, Lacquered wood, with gold and inlays, 7 cm high

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

Inro silhouette design, Japan Inro Koma Yasumasa Japan Late 18th - 19th century Wood, black and gold togiadashie lacquer Museum no. W.159-1922 vam.ac.uk Inro showing performing figures seen through a shoji (paper sliding door). Detail Artemis: I love...

artemisdreaming: “ Inro silhouette design, Japan Inro Koma Yasumasa Japan Late - century Wood, black and gold togiadashie lacquer Museum no.uk Inro showing performing figures seen through a shoji (paper sliding.

Inro by Kansai KOMA, Edo period, 19th century, Coconut shell, gold hiramakie and…

Inro, netsuke and ojime

Inro, netsuke and ojime, the inro depicting a grasshopper on a gourd in gold hiramakie and takamakie lacquer on a coconut shell inlaid with pearl-shell and hardstones, signed Koma Kansai, century.

A four-case gold lacquer inro By Shiomi Masanari, Edo period (19th century). Rendered in silver, gold, black and red togidashi maki-e against a kinji ground with two rats, the case interiors black lacquer with fundame edges; signed Shiomi Masanari; fitted with a hardstone bead ojime and a wood netsuke of a rat on a mokugyo (drum), signed Kazunobu

A four-case gold lacquer inro By Shiomi Masanari, Edo period century)

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Inro

Inro, mother of pearl incised with gold on a lacquered ground, silk-winder, Museum Number

Inrō with Design of Blossoming Plum Tree, by Hara Yōyūsai (Japanese, 1772–1845), Artist: After a design by Sakai Hōitsu (Japanese, 1761–1828), Edo period (1615–1868) 19th century, Sprinkled gold lacquer with gold, silver, and red makie, takamakie, and coral inlay Ojime: bead; tortoiseshell Netsuke: box with decoration of violets; gold makie lacquer with gold and silver makie, H 9.3; W.5.7; D.2.2 cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art #Inro, #Urushi, #Laque, #Japon, #Lacquer, #Japan

Inrō with Design of Blossoming Plum Tree Hara Yōyūsai (Japanese, side

A rare rattan three-case inro By Ikeda Taishin (1825-1903), 19th century

A rare rattan three-case inro By Ikeda Taishin century

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,

Inro with decoration of Portuguese figures [Japan] (1975.268.178) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Inro: In Edo Japan traditional mens wear didn't have pockets. Inro were miniature containers used to store personal effects like an ancient wallet.

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