Three Inro
Lot 2086
Three inro Edo period, (19th century)
Sold for US$ 2,250 inc. premium
Lot Details
Three inro
Edo period, (19th century)
The first a three-case cherry bark inro with inlaid fish and shell design in various materials; the second a four-case gold lacquer inro with two crayfish in colored takamakie; the third a four-case black lacquer inro with two hares in gold takamakie amid grasses, with green glass ojime
3 3/8in (8.6cm) high, the first; 2 3/4in (7cm) high, the second; 3 1/8in (7.9cm), the third
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  1. Jeff Olson
    Specialist - Japanese Art
    Bonhams
    Work
    580 Madison Avenue
    New York, 10022
    United States
    Work +1 212 461 6516
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