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Inro | | Japan (made), Date: ca. 1750-1850 (made), Materials and Techniques: Polychrome carved lacquer

Inro | | Japan (made), Date: ca. 1750-1850 (made), Materials and Techniques: Polychrome carved lacquer

Case (Inrō) with Design of Frogs Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 19th century

Case (Inrō) with Design of Frogs Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 19th century

aleyma:    Horaku, Owl and Bat netsuke, early to mid 19th century (source).

aleyma: Horaku, Owl and Bat netsuke, early to mid 19th century (source).

Inro | Toshihide | Japan (made), Date: ca. 1800-1850 (made), Artist/Maker: Toshihide (maker),  Materials and Techniques: black, gold and red lacquer

Inro

Inro | Toshihide | Japan (made), Date: ca. 1800-1850 (made), Artist/Maker: Toshihide (maker), Materials and Techniques: black, gold and red lacquer

Makie lacquer inro with New Year toys on the fern ground

Makie lacquer inro with New Year toys on the fern ground

Artist/Maker: Shibayama (maker), Materials and Techniques: Carved ivory, encrusted with horn, pearl-shell and gold

Inro

Artist/Maker: Shibayama (maker), Materials and Techniques: Carved ivory, encrusted with horn, pearl-shell and gold

Japanese inro (5 case). Cranes and pine tree by water and rising sun. Made of makie lacquer -- Turtle. Netsuke (Manju), made of ivory, gold.

Japanese inro (5 case). Cranes and pine tree by water and rising sun. Made of makie lacquer -- Turtle. Netsuke (Manju), made of ivory, gold.

Inro

Inro

A gold-lacquer and silver-mounted Shibayama-inlaid three-case inro Meiji Era

A gold-lacquer and silver-mounted Shibayama-inlaid three-case inro Meiji Era

Jitokusai (active 19th century) and Yutokusai (active mid to late 19th century) Inro: lacquer with mixed metal flecks. Ojime: glass. Netsuke: lacquer on wood with inlaid gold. LACMA

Jitokusai (active 19th century) and Yutokusai (active mid to late 19th century) Inro: lacquer with mixed metal flecks. Ojime: glass. Netsuke: lacquer on wood with inlaid gold. LACMA

Inro | Shibata Zeshin | Japan (made), Date: 1865 (made),  Artist/Maker: Shibata Zeshin, born 1807 - died 1891 (maker), Materials and Techniques: Gold, silver and black hiramakie and black seigahanuri lacquer on a gold lacquer ground

Inro

Inro | Shibata Zeshin | Japan (made), Date: 1865 (made), Artist/Maker: Shibata Zeshin, born 1807 - died 1891 (maker), Materials and Techniques: Gold, silver and black hiramakie and black seigahanuri lacquer on a gold lacquer ground

Inro, ca. 1775-1850 (made), Black lacquer ground inlaid with pearl-shell and gold foil. This inro is decorated with a dragon among stylised clouds on one side, and a pair of swallows in flight above foaming waves on the other. Both are framed and surrounded by diaper patterns at the sides, top and bottom of the inro. The decoration is carried out in small, thin iridescent pieces of pearl-shell and gold foil on a lustrous black lacquer ground in a style known as Somada.

Inro, netsuke and ojime

Inro, ca. 1775-1850 (made), Black lacquer ground inlaid with pearl-shell and gold foil. This inro is decorated with a dragon among stylised clouds on one side, and a pair of swallows in flight above foaming waves on the other. Both are framed and surrounded by diaper patterns at the sides, top and bottom of the inro. The decoration is carried out in small, thin iridescent pieces of pearl-shell and gold foil on a lustrous black lacquer ground in a style known as Somada.

japanese inro

japanese inro

Kozan (Japan, born active mid-19th century)   Inro; Ojime; Netsuke, 19th century  Costume/clothing accessory/waistwear, Four-case inro; Shirabyoshi dancer in gold takamakie on gold fundame ground; coral bead ojime; ivory netsuke of Okame in umbrella

Kozan (Japan, born active mid-19th century) Inro; Ojime; Netsuke, 19th century Costume/clothing accessory/waistwear, Four-case inro; Shirabyoshi dancer in gold takamakie on gold fundame ground; coral bead ojime; ivory netsuke of Okame in umbrella

Case (Inrō) with Design of Autumn Flowers

Case (Inrō) with Design of Autumn Flowers

A black lacquer single-case inro The inro by Yamada Jokasai, the ojime by Mitsusuke, 19th century

A black lacquer single-case inro The inro by Yamada Jokasai, the ojime by Mitsusuke, 19th century