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Lot 180
A Japanese lacquer five case inro, 19th Century,
Sold for £470 (US$ 779) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Japanese lacquer five case inro,
19th Century,
worked with a black bird perched on tall sticks, the reverse with figures in a boat among waves, the interior of nashiji, signed, 8.8 cm long, together with an ivory netsuke.

Footnotes

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