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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

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

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

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, 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, 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

Inro

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

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

Inro depicting dragonflies and butterflies in gold, red and silver takamakie lacquer, ca. 1775 - 1850

Inro depicting dragonflies and butterflies in gold, red and silver takamakie lacquer, ca. 1775 - 1850

Inro, ca. 1750-1800 (made), Glazed earthenware, painted with underglaze and overglaze enamels. This example is decorated with real and imaginary birds and animals in glazed earthenware. Ceramic inro are unusual, especially at this early date. The background of this design, however, suggests that it imitates leather. During the late 1700s and early 1800s, Dutch leather became popular in Japan and the craftsman who made this inro probably had knowledge of such exotic wares.

Inro, ca. 1750-1800 (made), Glazed earthenware, painted with underglaze and overglaze enamels. This example is decorated with real and imaginary birds and animals in glazed earthenware. Ceramic inro are unusual, especially at this early date. The background of this design, however, suggests that it imitates leather. During the late 1700s and early 1800s, Dutch leather became popular in Japan and the craftsman who made this inro probably had knowledge of such exotic wares.

Inro dragon design, Japan Inro Japan 19th century Laquered wood, abalone shell Museum no. W.195-1922 Inro with a design of dragon in flight over water.

Inro dragon design, Japan Inro Japan 19th century Laquered wood, abalone shell Museum no. W.195-1922 Inro with a design of dragon in flight over water.

Japanese Inro in the Form of an Eggplant with Mount Fuji and a Falcon Edo Period (1615-1868), Early 18th century  Artist/maker unknown,  Inro: lacquer on wood; silver lid and collar ~ Netsuke: lacquer on wood

Japanese Inro in the Form of an Eggplant with Mount Fuji and a Falcon Edo Period (1615-1868), Early 18th century Artist/maker unknown, Inro: lacquer on wood; silver lid and collar ~ Netsuke: lacquer on wood

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