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Four-case inro with horse design | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Four-case inro with horse design

[Carved wood netsuke in the form of a cicada, late 19th century, Japan (Via Vicky Nieto - "JAPANESE Inro, Ojime, Netsuke" board)] http://www.pinterest.com/vickyn27/japanese-inro-ojime-netsuke/

Carved wood netsuke in the form of a cicada, late century, Japan. V&A Museum 根付, 日本

Five-case inro with design of pine branches on a kirkikane mosaic ground | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Five-case inro with design of pine branches on a kirkikane mosaic ground | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Inro silhouette design, Japan Inro Koma Yasumasa Japan Late 18th - 19th century Wood, black and gold togiadashie lacquer Museum no. W.159-1922 vam.ac.uk Inro showing performing figures seen through a shoji (paper sliding door). Detail Artemis: I love...

artemisdreaming: “ Inro silhouette design, Japan Inro Koma Yasumasa Japan Late - century Wood, black and gold togiadashie lacquer Museum no.uk Inro showing performing figures seen through a shoji (paper sliding.

Inrô with design of thatched hut, 18th–19th century Japanese Lacquer; ojime: pewter; netsuke: ivory 印籠

Inrô with design of thatched hut. Japanese Lacquer, Ojime, Pewter, Netsuke and Ivory.

Case (Inrô) with Design of Lotus (obverse); Lotus and Bird (reverse)  Shibata Zeshin

Case (Inrō) with Design of Lotus (obverse); Lotus and Bird (reverse) Shibata Zeshin Meiji period century Japan

An ivory goat netsuke from the Edo period. This netsuke was made by an artist named Mitsuharu and is currently in the collection of the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.

nihon-no-ningyou: “ An ivory goat netsuke from the Edo period. This netsuke was made by an artist named Mitsuharu and is currently in the collection of the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.

.Netsuke, Rabbit and mortar design, Edo period, 18th century (Gift of Mr. Go Seinosuke to Tokyo National Museum )

Netsuke, Rabbit and mortar design, Edo period, century (Gift of Mr. Go Seinosuke to Tokyo National Museum )

The British Museum Objeto: Inro Origen: Japón Fecha: Siglo XIX Técnica y materiales: Tallado, laca

Inro: Because traditional Japanese robes lacked pockets, objects were often carried by hanging them from the obi, or sash, in containers. The type known as inrō were suitable for carrying anything small. The British Museum.

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Inrô - a Gourd Vine by Koma Yasutada Period: Edo period this one century Japan of gold-colored lacquer, gold leaf, and gold foil on red lacquer; Fastener (ojime): metal with design of flowers and insects; Netsuke -ivory and lacquer carved Noh dancer

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