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Japanese 'inro' (small, multi-chambered accessory case to be tucked into one's obi (sash) to hold money, smoking items or medicine) with hawk on perch. Lacquer with gold from .

Koma Kyuhaku Japanese, 1650-1715 Inro Decorated with the Animals of the Zodiac, 19th century Lacquer. The Art Institute of Chicago

A gold lacquer four-case inro By Koma Yasutada, 19th century Decorated on the usu-nashiji ground with chidori in flight above turbulent waters, the reverse, top and bottom with a continuation of the design, in gold and silver hiramakie, the birds lacquered in gold takamakie and the foam on the waves discreetly inlaid in gold studs, the interior of fundame, signed Koma Yasutada saku; with cloisonné-enamel ojime, unsigned.

A four-case lacquer inrō decorated with snakes in high relief on a ground of fine gold kirikane, 19th century

Inro, Ojime, Netsuke, 17th century Costume/clothing accessory/waistwear, Four-case inro with design of two Chinese sages in inlaid tortoiseshell on gold fundame, gold takamakie over black lacquer; metal badger as priest ojime; wood netsuke of man with mokugyo drum,