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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…

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

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

Inro  Place of origin:Japan (made)Date:ca. 1750-1850 (made)Artist/Maker:Unknown (maker)Materials and Techniques:Silver, black and gold lacquer

Inro Place of origin:Japan (made)Date:ca. 1750-1850 (made)Artist/Maker:Unknown (maker)Materials and Techniques:Silver, black and gold lacquer

A fine lacquer five-case inro by Suzuki Tokoku (1846-1913), late 19th century.

A fine lacquer five-case inro by Suzuki Tokoku (1846-1913), late 19th century.

Inro with a Chrysanthemum-Blossom Pattern early 19th century Inro: gold lacquer ground on wood with gold, silver, and red pigment, and decoration in togidashi maki-e, and nashiji on the interior; netsuke: ivory; ojime: variegated stone

Inro with a Chrysanthemum-Blossom Pattern early 19th century Inro: gold lacquer ground on wood with gold, silver, and red pigment, and decoration in togidashi maki-e, and nashiji on the interior; netsuke: ivory; ojime: variegated stone

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 Mitsusuke, 19th century

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