An inlaid wood inro By the Shibayama Family, late 19th century
Lot 245Y
An inlaid wood inro By the Shibayama Family, late 19th century
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An inlaid wood inro By the Shibayama Family, late 19th century An inlaid wood inro By the Shibayama Family, late 19th century
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An inlaid wood inro
By the Shibayama Family, late 19th century
The inro of tagasayan wood, a sliding panel at the side revealing drawers and the exterior inlaid in Shibayama style with a family of chickens among wild flowers, signed Shibayama; with a wood and ivory ojime; and an ivory two-part manju, inlaid in Shibayama style with a clump of kiku and foliage, unsigned.
7cm (2¾in) high.

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  • 花鳥図芝山象嵌木製印籠 銘「芝山」 19世紀後期
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