Three early lacquer inro 17th century
Lot 22
Three early lacquer inro 17th century
Sold for £3,840 (US$ 6,538) inc. premium
Lot Details
Three early lacquer inro
17th century
The first bearing a rubbed nashiji ground, inlaid in aogai with an astrolabe and the names of the stars forming the constellation, "The Big Dipper"; the second lacquered with a cat beneath a time piece, a horse decorated tsuitate on the reverse; the third lacquered with a large time-piece and tea ceremony utensils, unsigned.
5.7cm, 7cm and 7cm (2¼in, 2¾in and 2¾in). (3).
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