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Four-case inro with the poetess Murasaki Chikibu writing the Genji Monogatari, by Kajikawa Saku, Japan, late Edo

Four-case inro with the poetess Murasaki Chikibu writing the Genji Monogatari, by Kajikawa Saku, Japan, late Edo

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Inrō with Owl and Crows in Tree, Edo period century, Black lacquer ground with gold and silver togidashi maki-e and e-nashiji, cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Inro & Ojime

Ojime Netsuke, century Costume/clothing accessory/waistwear, Five-case inro with landscape on gold fundame ground and gold takamakie, kirigane and e-nashiji lacquer;

Case (Inrô) with Design of the Silk Winder and the Milky Way (The Tanabata Story of the Weaver and the Herdboy)  Kyûkoku   Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Mother-of-pearl with gold; Ojime: silver and gold quail in autumn grasses; Netsuke: carved ivory flowers and grasses with silver butterflies

Inrō with Tanabata Story of the Weaver and the Herdboy Nomura Kyūkoku (Japanese, active first half of the century) Period: Edo period Date: active first half of century

Beautiful inro found on Ruth Pullman, Textiles and Leatherwork, UK

Inrō with a design of chrysanthemums in gold and silver maki-e on black laquer, circa late century.

Case (Inrō) with Chrysanthemum Decoration Case (Inrō) with Chrysanthemum Decoration Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 18th–19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Gold and silver maki-e with inlay of mother-of-pearl on lacquered ground Dimensions: 2 15/16 x 2 1/8 x 1 in. (7.4 x 5.4 x 2.5 cm) Classification: Inrō Credit Line: H. O. Havemeyer Collection, Bequest of Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer, 1929 Accession Number: 29.100.876

Case (Inrō) with Chrysanthemum Decoration / Edo period / Date: century / Japan Medium: Gold and silver maki-e with inlay of mother-of-pearl on lacquered ground

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

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

A four case roiro lacquer inro decorated with three takamaki-é archaistic coins of simulated metal with textured surface and intentional attrition. Coins in Japanese art invariably symbolize wealth and prosperity. Mid 19th Century. This inro is accompanied by an excellent netsuke of stacked coins secured by a knotted cord. Early 19th Century. Silver ojimé with engraved fuji kiku blossom.

A four case roiro lacquer inro decorated with three takamaki-é archaistic coins of simulated metal with textured surface and intentional attrition. Coins in Japanese art invariably symbolize wealth and prosperity. Mid 19th Century. This inro is accompanied by an excellent netsuke of stacked coins secured by a knotted cord. Early 19th Century. Silver ojimé with engraved fuji kiku blossom.

Inro with netsuke Rabbit Artist: Mitsuhiro Ōhara (Japanese, 1810–1875) Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: mid-19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Ivory Dimensions: H. 1 in. (2.5 cm); W. 1 in. (2.5 cm); D. 1 3/4 in. (4.4 cm)

Case (Inrô) with Design of Rabbit in the Moon and Eulalia Grass century Case: pewter with gold and silver scabbard cover on red and black lacquer; Fastener (ojime): pierced metal with floral design; Toggle (netsuke): ivory carved in the shape of a rabbit

Inro (3 case). Magnolia blossoms and branches. Made of shell (white) inlaid and gold takamakie lacquer (black).

Inro with magnolia blossoms and branches, black lacquer with inlaid shell and gold takamaki-e; Netsuke of magnolia blossoms made from carved ivory with silver and gold. Date unknown, The British Museum.

Early 19th century Inro, Ojime, Netsuke: Inro: lacquer on substrate, sprinkled gold flecks; Ojime: coral; Netsuke: wood, metal, Inro. Toshihide (Japan, 1757-1833)

Early century Inro, Ojime, Netsuke: Inro: lacquer on substrate, sprinkled…

Case (Inrô) with Design of Autumn Flowers  Shiomi Masanari  (Japanese, 1647–ca. 1722)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: early 18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Case: gold, silver, and blue lacquer on black lacquer; Fastener (ojime): pierced gold with floral design; Toggle (netsuke): crystal carved in the shape of a bucket

Case (Inrô) with Design of Autumn Flowers Shiomi Masanari (Japanese, Case: gold, silver, and blue lacquer on black lacquer; Fastener (ojime): pierced gold with floral design; Toggle (netsuke): crystal carved in the shape of a bucket

Case (Inrô) with Design of Crickets ~  Onko Takanaga (dates unknown) ~  Edo period (1615-1868) 19th century ~   H. 2 3/16 in. (5.5 cm); W. 3 1/16 in. (7.7 cm); D. 1 5/16 in. (3.3 cm)      Case: carved red lacquer; Fastener (ojime): silver with openwork slide; Toggle (netsuke): red lacquer carved in the shape of a lobed table with two gentlemen playing a game of go

Case (Inrō) with Design of Crickets, Takanaga ONKO (dates unknown), Edo period century, Case: carved red lacquer; Netsuke: red lacquer carved in the shape of a lobed table with two gentlemen playing a game of go, D. cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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