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A FOUR-CASE LACQUER INRO SIGNED KANSHOSAI, EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY) Decorated in gold and black hiramaki-e, takamaki-e, togidashi and kirikane with barns and trees, interior with nashiji 4 1/8 in. (10.5 cm) long

A four-case lacquer inro

A FOUR-CASE LACQUER INRO SIGNED KANSHOSAI, EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY) Decorated in gold and black hiramaki-e, takamaki-e, togidashi and kirikane with barns and trees, interior with nashiji 4 1/8 in. (10.5 cm) long

A FOUR-CASE LACQUER INRO, SIGNED KANSHOSAI, EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY)(Rear View)

A FOUR-CASE LACQUER INRO, SIGNED KANSHOSAI, EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY)(Rear View)

Inrô con landscapefront

Inrō with landscape. Material:wood, covered in black lacquer, with carved decoration, and inlaid aogai

A four-case lacquer inro with crows. Edo period (1615-1868), early 19th century. Japan.

A four-case lacquer inro with crows Edo period early century

A Five-Case Inro

Refined Beauty: Japanese Art of the Edo Period

A Five-Case Inro

Inro

Reverse side of 5 case Inro of a boar sleeping amost wild flowers.

Inrô: Zwei Reiher

Inrô: Zwei Reiher

A four-case lacquer inro By Shokansai, Edo period (early 19th century)

A four-case lacquer inro By Shokansai, Edo period (early century)

An inlaid black lacquer five-case inro By Hara Yoyusai, 19th century Of upright form, the roiro ground embellished with gold and silver mura-nashiji, lacquered and inlaid with two parrots on perches, in gold, red and green takamakie, one bird of inlaid raden and the interior of nashiji, signed Yoyusai.

An inlaid black lacquer five-case inro By Hara Yoyusai, century

Bonhams : Fine Japanese Art

Bonhams : Fine Japanese Art

A lacquer four-case inro. By Shibata Zeshin (1807-1891), Meiji Period. Photo: Bonhams.

A lacquer two-case inro By Shibata Zeshin. Sold for Photo: Bonhams.

Four-case inro with sealife design Japanese Edo period Early 19th century Koma Kansai II (Japanese, 1767–1835), Shibyama Soichi (Japanese)

Four-case inro with sealife design Japanese Edo period Early century Koma Kansai II (Japanese, Shibyama Soichi (Japanese)

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