A lacquer two-case inro By Nomura Kyukoku, 19th century
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A lacquer two-case inro By Nomura Kyukoku, 19th century
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A lacquer two-case inro
By Nomura Kyukoku, 19th century
Of wide form, the nashiji ground with waves and aquatic plants in gold takamakie, inlaid with a large prawn and four fish in raden, aogai and horn, the interior of gyobu-nashiji, signed Kyukoku with kao. 7cm (2 3/4in), wide.

Footnotes

  • 海幸図蒔絵螺鈿印籠 銘「九國(花押)」 19世紀

    Provenance: purchased from Spink & Son Ltd., London, 1987.
    Wrangham collection, no.1848.
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