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A gold lacquer and inlaid metal five-case inro By Hasegawa Shigeyoshi, 19th…

A gold lacquer and inlaid metal five-case inro By Hasegawa Shigeyoshi, 19th…

Bonhams : A gold lacquer and inlaid metal five-case inro By Hasegawa Shigeyoshi…

Bonhams : A gold lacquer and inlaid metal five-case inro By Hasegawa Shigeyoshi…

Another black lacquer four-case inro. By a member of the Kajikawa family, 19th century

Another black lacquer four-case inro. By a member of the Kajikawa family, 19th century

梅菊枇杷鳥蒔絵螺鈿印籠<br/>Inrō with Birds, Plum, Chrysanthemum, and Loquat

梅菊枇杷鳥蒔絵螺鈿印籠<br/>Inrō with Birds, Plum, Chrysanthemum, and Loquat

Inrô with design of silk spool in the Milky Way (the Tanabata Story of the Weaver and Herder) ~ 19th century  Japan ~ Mother-of-pearl, gold; ojime: silver and gold quail in autumn grasses; netsuke: carved ivory flowers and grasses with silver butterflies  ~

Inrô with design of silk spool in the Milky Way (the Tanabata Story of the Weaver and Herder) ~ 19th century Japan ~ Mother-of-pearl, gold; ojime: silver and gold quail in autumn grasses; netsuke: carved ivory flowers and grasses with silver butterflies ~

Bonhams : A gold lacquer and inlaid metal five-case inro By Hasegawa Shigeyoshi…

Bonhams : A gold lacquer and inlaid metal five-case inro By Hasegawa Shigeyoshi…

Case (Inrō) with Design of Seven Cranes in Flight, Edo period (1615–1868), 18th–19th century, Lacquer, fundame, gold, silver, black and red hiramakie, gold foil; Interior: nashiji and fundame, 8.4 x 6 x 2.2 cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Case (Inrō) with Design of Seven Cranes in Flight, Edo period (1615–1868), 18th–19th century, Lacquer, fundame, gold, silver, black and red hiramakie, gold foil; Interior: nashiji and fundame, 8.4 x 6 x 2.2 cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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 http://www.japanese-inro.com .

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 http://www.japanese-inro.com .

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