A four-case lacquer inro with fisherman
Lot 3236Y
A three-case lacquer inro By Miura Meiho, Taisho period (early 20th century)
Sold for US$ 1,375 inc. premium
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A three-case lacquer inro By Miura Meiho, Taisho period (early 20th century) A three-case lacquer inro By Miura Meiho, Taisho period (early 20th century) A three-case lacquer inro By Miura Meiho, Taisho period (early 20th century) A three-case lacquer inro By Miura Meiho, Taisho period (early 20th century) A three-case lacquer inro By Miura Meiho, Taisho period (early 20th century) A three-case lacquer inro By Miura Meiho, Taisho period (early 20th century)
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A three-case lacquer inro
By Miura Meiho, Taisho period (early 20th century)
Designed in gold, silver and brown hiramakie, takamakie, hirame, togidashi and e-nashiji with two figures at a shoreline gathering water in water buckets slung from poles balanced on the their shoulders, Mount Fuji looming in the distance, the reverse with a woman on the shore carrying a long pole beneath a pine tree, interiors nashiji, signed Meiho and sealed Miuer; fitteed with a coral bead ojime and an ivory manju netsuke carved in sunken relief with a woman seated on a bundle of sticks enjoying a smoke, signed Kikugawa saku, 19th century
2 1/2in (6.4cm) long

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  • Provenance: Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection
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