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Jikiro Food Container with Dragons and Phoenixes in Lacquer Paint and Makie (Kyoto National Museum)

Inrō with Design of Blossoming Plum Tree, by Hara Yōyūsai (Japanese, 1772–1845), Artist: After a design by Sakai Hōitsu (Japanese, 1761–1828), Edo period (1615–1868) 19th century, Sprinkled gold lacquer with gold, silver, and red makie, takamakie, and coral inlay Ojime: bead; tortoiseshell Netsuke: box with decoration of violets; gold makie lacquer with gold and silver makie, H 9.3; W.5.7; D.2.2 cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art #Inro, #Urushi, #Laque, #Japon, #Lacquer, #Japan


Case (Inrō) with Design of Poppies, Edo period (1615–1868), powdered gold (maki-e) and gold and colored lacquer on black lacquer with pewter and ceramic inlays; floral decoration on risers in incised gold, Netsuke: black lacquer with design of pussy-willow branches in pewter and ceramic inlays and metal wire, H.7.8; W. 5.7; D. 2.4 cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art #Inro, #Urushi, #Laque, #Japon, #Lacquer, #Japan

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Inlaid Maki'e Inkstone Box with Black Pine Tree and Deer Design by Nagata Yuji Kyoto National Museum

MAKIE, Japanese lacquer work

Japanese antique makie lacquer tiered food box c 1910

Inrō with Cockatoo and Magnolia Yamada Jōkasai (Japanese, 1811–1879) Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Red lacquer ground with gold maki-e, carved red lacquer, and mother-of-pearl inlay Netsuke: poppy; ivory Ojime: roundels; red and green lacquer in wood | Metropolitan Museum of Art #inro #Japanese_art

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