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A rare inro collectors' lacquer cabinet, 19th century, of rectangular form, the drop front revealing five drawers of varying size, mounted with silver, the broad tsugaru-nuri ground decorated on all sides with four inro, together with netsuke and ojime
Black lacquer two-case Inro, Meiji period, decorated with two dragonflies with mother-of pearl inlaid wings, the interior of nashiji and red lacquer, with ojime and tsuishu lacquer netsuke, height 7.4 cm width 8.5 cm
A three section ivory Inro, mid 20th century, the oval cushion profile inro engraved and lightly inked to one face with a female figure holding a document and a peony spray to the other. Length 6.5 cm. Width 4.5 cm
Two Japanese inro & netsuke, , 1] Edo Biwa zu Makie Inro and signed Netsuke, Edo period, c. 1750-1850, Biwa zu (four-stringed Japanese lute) and reverse with mother of pearl inlay on a background, Technique: Kuro Urushinuri Raden Morimakie, Netsuke: (wo
A Japanese gold lacquer and mother of pearl four case inro, Meiji period (1868-1912), inlaid with fish and sea creatures; together with a wooden netsuke. 7.5 cm length. Provenance: Collection of Dr. Henry Cyril Adams
A four-case lacquer inro, by Togyoku, Meiji period, late 19th century, decorated in gold 'hiramaki-e' with butterflies in flight above flowering chrysanthemum and bound grasses, on a 'roiro-nuri' ground with 'hirame', signed 'Togyoku'; with an ivory netsuk
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