A fine five case Japanese lacquer Inro, Meiji period (1868-1912), 19th century, signed Shosai/ Shouei, of typical form and on kinji ground, a five case silver and black hiramakie and takamakie inro depicting an imposing hawk on a prunus, amongst spring blo
A rare Japanese three case lacquer Inro, Edo period, 19th century, signed Kajikawa, extremely fine gold lacquer three-case in the rare form of an eggplant, a hawk on one side and mount Fuji on the reverse, all in various shades of gold and silver lacquer i
A fine lacquer four-case Inro, Edo period, early 19th century, signed Jitokusai Gyokuzan, bearing a rich kinji ground and lacquered with three hiramakie and takamakie cranes in flight and two cranes on the reverse. The details in gold, silver, black, red a
A four case Japanese lacquer Inro, Edo period, 19th century, signed Yamada Yoshioki, of classic form, the roiro ground shading to nashiji, main decoration of two geese in silver and gold takamakie with kirikane highlights to their feet and similar theme co
A fine lacquer four-case Inro, Edo period, early 19th century, by Hasegawa Shigeyoshi I or II, bearing a kinji ground and decorated with the rare motif of a long tailed bird of paradise on cherry blossom in takamakie and hiramakie, the reverse sparsely dec
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
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