A gold lacquer five-case inro By the Kajikawa Family, 19th century
Lot 61*
A gold lacquer five-case inro By the Kajikawa Family, 19th century
Sold for £3,125 (US$ 5,249) inc. premium
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A gold lacquer five-case inro By the Kajikawa Family, 19th century A gold lacquer five-case inro By the Kajikawa Family, 19th century
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A gold lacquer five-case inro
By the Kajikawa Family, 19th century
Decorated in gold takamakie with three cranes flying in a diagonal formation on the usu-nashiji ground, towards a rice field erected with bamboo poles suspended with naruko (bird scarer), the silver, crescent moon shown on the reverse, the interior of rich nashiji; signed Kajikawa saku with tsubo-shaped seal Ei, with glass bead ojime. 9cm (3½in) high.

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  • 稲に鶴図蒔絵印籠 銘「梶川作 英(壷印)」 19世紀
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