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  • Four Lacquered Inros: Four Lacquered Inros,
    Japan, 19th century, a lacquered three-case inro, decorated with incised shishi design, with ojime and rabbit-shaped netsuke signed "Shojiki"; a maki-e-lacquered four-case ... [more like this]
  • Four Assorted Inros and a Netsuke: Four
    Assorted Inros and a Netsuke, Japan, 19th century, a rectangular gold-lacquered four-case inro, decorated with boats and pines in bas-relief, without a cord, ojime, and netsuke; ... [more like this]
  • Three lacquer inro 19th Century The first
    a black and red lacquer four-case inro with Fujin and Raijin decoration and attached staghorn netsuke depicting Daikoku (wear and losses); the second a black and gilt lacquer ... [more like this]
  • Four Assorted Inros: Four Assorted Inros,
    Japan, 19th century, a rounded rectangular black/gold lacquered four-case inro with cinnabar box-shape netsuke and tubular metal ojime; an encased rectangular silver three-case ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE LACQUER FOUR CASE INRO and a LACQUER
    BOX, with carved interior inro signed; height of inro: 2 5/8 inches; diameter of box: 2 1/2 inches Condition: string missing from inro, but present; inro with a few ... [more like this]
  • A group of sagemono Most 19th Century Including
    a gilt and red lacquered four-case inro decorated with the fifty-three stations of the Tokaido Road, with kirikane accents (losses); a tsuishitsu four-case inro carved with ... [more like this]
  • Two Japanese Inro the first a gilt and lacquer
    four-case inro set with a carved wood netsuke inro height 2 5/8 in.; the second a relief carved soapstone three-case inro; soapstone or puddingtstone two-case inro ... [more like this]
  • TWO INRO AND A SET OF TOSOGU 19TH CENTURY
    a gold lacquer four-case inro signed 'Shokosai' on nashiji ground in gold relief, attached to it a wood netsuke of two go players opposite a go board; a two-case cloisonné ... [more like this]
  • ANTIQUE LACQUER INRO Antique carved and gold
    lacquered, three-case inro with mother-of-pearl inlay of a blossom and a bean pod; together with stag antler netsuke of a turtle on large log above waves (usual minor wear, ... [more like this]
  • ANTIQUE GOLD LACQUER INRO Extremely pristine
    and beautifully crafted, antique Japanese gold lacquer four-case inro with two ladies in elaborate dress and seashells on front, the verso with a single lady; with coral ojime, ... [more like this]
  • TWO JAPANESE LACQUER FOUR CASE INRO one
    with ivory inlay, signed; height of taller: 3 3/8 inches Condition: crack to lacquer on smaller inro; and a few chips ... [more like this]
  • A JAPANESE LACQUER FIVE CASE INRO with bead
    and netsuke and ivory and cloisonné, the lacquer signed "Koma Koryu", the inro 3.5" long. See illustration ... [more like this]
  • Japanese Gold Lacquer Four-Case Inro Edo
    Period, 19th Century The opposing sides decorated in gold and iro-e hiramaki-e, tamaki-e, hirame and kimpun of leafy vines and ferns from a rocky outcrop on a nashiji ground; ... [more like this]
  • A Lacquer Four Case Inro with Netsuke Glossy
    wood ground with four compartments, both side with takamakie and raden in blossoms and leaves. Ojime of yellow and black enamel depicting a dragon, with netsuke in a clam ... [more like this]
  • GILT AND BLACK LACQUER FIVE-CASE INRO MEIJI
    PERIOD covered in gold speckles, one side decorated with a rooster and chick and the other with a hen and chick, with fitted holder in black lacquer trellis work, with rabbit-shaped ... [more like this]
  • Japanese Silver-Mounted Cloisonné Enamel
    Square Meiping-Form Vase and a Gold Lacquer Six-Case Inro Meiji-Taisho Period (1868-1926) The first, with each side enameled with exotic birds and flowering branches, signed ... [more like this]
  • Japanese inro 19/20th century Well
    lacquered five case inro, gold bamboo sprigs to pear skin interior, bone toggle. L: 3 in PROVENANCE: Private Collection, New Jersey ... [more like this]
  • A gilt lacquer four-case inro and two ivory
    netsuke The first 19th Century and decorated overall in gold and silver hiramakie, takamakie, togidashi and kirikane with an abbreviated rendition of the fifty-three stations ... [more like this]
  • YGOLD-LACQUER FOUR-CASE INRO SIGNED KOMA
    KYUHAKU, EDO PERIOD the kinji ground decorated in gold and coloured hiramaki-e and takamaki-e with use of gold foil and ivory inlay with a sage on horseback on the one side ... [more like this]
  • A JAPANESE LACQUER SINGLE CASE INRO the
    reddish brown lacquer ground decorated with haramake, takimake and choh-gai with the prow of a raft, a four cornered fishing net suspended from a bamboo pole and aquatic plants, ... [more like this]

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