Five-case lacquer inro By Kajikawa Family (19th century)
Lot 3024
Five-case lacquer inro By Kajikawa Family (19th century)
Sold for US$ 5,490 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
Five-case lacquer inro
By Kajikawa Family (19th century)
The slender inro decorated with two rectangular panels with swallows and a full moon, the reverse with a forest in the moonlight, designed in gold and silver togidashi, hiramakie, kinpun and mura nashiji, the surrounding areas gyobu-nashiji, interiors nashiji, signed Kajikawa saku; fitted with a green hardstone ojime
3 3/4in (9.5cm)
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