TWO FIVE-CASE INRO MANNER OF KAJIKAWA SCHOOL CIRCA 1800
The two Japanese five-case Inro of oval sections decorated on the roiro ground in tones of gold hiramakie and togidashi, one with chrysanthemum on a mura-nashiji ground and another with depiction of a loom or other apparatus, the interior in rich nashiji with fundame rims. manner of the Kajikawa School of the later Edo Period.
A slip case with lacquer decoration of a rooster with gilt highlights.
Measures 4.5 x 2.5 x 0.75 and 4 x 2 x 1 inches.
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