5 - 7 November 2007,
London, King Street
Price realised GBP 6,500
Estimate GBP 5,000 - GBP 7,000
A four-case inro
signed Kogyokusai, Meiji Period (late 19th century)
Decorated in iroe, hiramaki-e and takamaki-e, hirame and nashiji on a kinji ground and inlaid in shakudo, gold and silver, with an attendant releasing cranes for his Lord to see flying by, nashiji interior
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