Tea Caddy with Maple Leaves over the Tatsuta River, Taisho era (1912-1926). Harui Kōmin 春井恒眠
A gilt and black lacquer five-case inro 19th century Decorated in gold hiramakie, takamakie and kirikane on a roiro ground with an overall pattern of flowering cherry branches, with nashiji interiors; together with a tinted ivory fan-shaped ojime carved with a Buddhist rakan, reversed by an incised dragon.
Box for writing implements (suzuribako) ca. 1600 Momoyama or Edo period Lacquer, silver, and gold on wood; enameled bronze; inkstone H: 1.0 W: 3.0 D: 4.5 cm Japan. The contrast between the autumnal grasses and chrysanthemums against a black background and the circular silver and gold circular motifs creates a dynamic composition in a style made popular by artisans in Kyoto during the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.
Just lovely - suzuri bako Writing Box and Implements Anonymous (Japanese), 18th-19th century, lacquer, enamel, silver, mother-of-pearl, animal hair, silver alloy, stone
Japanese Lacquered Box (2)
Japanese inro (3 case). Crane (front), island and three Chinese children (back). Made of lacquered wood (black), gold