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A gold-lacquer Shibayama-inlaid four-case inro Probably by Nakayama (Gosokusai) Teimin, born 1848, Meiji era (1868-1912) (2)

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Tobacco Pouch  Date: 1850–1880 Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquer Classification: Tobacco Pouch Credit Line: Edward C. Moore Collection, Bequest of Edward C. Moore, 1891

Tobacco Pouch Date: Culture: Japan Medium: Lacquer Classification: Tobacco Pouch Credit Line: Edward C. Moore Collection, Bequest of Edward C.

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From the collection of the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.

Inro and netsuke

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"Four-case inro with katawaguruma design" from Japan, Edo Period, early to mid-19th century. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

"Four-case inro with katawaguruma design" from Japan, Edo Period, early to century. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Japan, late 18th-early 19th century Costumes; Accessories Inrō: lacquer on substrate, sprinkled gold flecks and carbon; Ojime: metal; Netsuke: wood (2)

Inrō, Ojime, and Netsuke Kanshōsai (Japan, active late century) Japan, late century Costumes;

Manju netsuke with design of autumn plants and butterflies, Ojime 19th century, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Manju netsuke with design of autumn plants and butterflies, Ojime century, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Case (Inrō) with Design of Fireworks (obverse); Design of Fan (reverse). Date: 19th century

Inro with Fireworks (obverse) and Fan (reverse), black lacquer with red lacquer and powdered gold and silver maki-e, signed Shunsho; Netsuke: colored lacquer on black lacquer with a pomegranate design.

Inrō: lacquer on substrate, mixed metal flecks; Ojime: carnelian; Netsuke: shakudo disk, engraved and inlaid in silver and copper honzogan, bamboo bowl; kagamibuta type, Head of an Actor, signed Sharakuga

Inrō, Ojime, Netsuke, by Kajikawa School (Japan, active to centuries)…

Inrö with Stylized Characters for Prosperity and Longevity 19th century Inro: gold lacquer ground on wood with pigment, decoration in nashiji and kirikane, and inlay of mother-of-pearl and gunmetal; netsuke: ivory with metal and wire inlay; ojime: carnelian

Inrö with Stylized Characters for Prosperity and Longevity century Inro: gold lacquer ground on wood with pigment, decoration in nashiji and kirikane, and inlay of mother-of-pearl and gunmetal; netsuke: ivory with metal and wire inlay;

Yutokusai Hogyoku

Yutokusai Hogyoku

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