A four-case gold lacquer inro By Shiomi Masanari, Edo period (19th century). Rendered in silver, gold, black and red togidashi maki-e against a kinji ground with two rats, the case interiors black lacquer with fundame edges; signed Shiomi Masanari; fitted with a hardstone bead ojime and a wood netsuke of a rat on a mokugyo (drum), signed Kazunobu
A Four-Case Inro Signed Kanshosai and kakihan, Edo Period (19th century) Decorated in gold and carved red takamaki-e on a black ground with a parrot on a perch, the reverse with two pheasants in a pine tree
Inro by Shibata Zenshin
A finely inlaid gold lacquer four-case inro The inro by Nakayama Komin (1808-1870), the kagamibuta netsuke by Shojo Ryomin, 19th century
Japan (made) Date: 1865 (made) Artist/Maker: Shibata Zeshin, born 1807 - died 1891 (maker)
A lacquer two-case inro By Shibata Zeshin, (1868-1912), one of the most famous painters and lacquerers of the 19th century Meiji period in Japan.
I love this inro
mum-designed natsume, a type of tea caddy used in Japanese tea ceremony 田村壽秀, 1821, Makie Museum