A Four-Case Lacquer Inro
A Four-Case Lacquer Inro

EDO-MEIJI PERIOD (19TH CENTURY), SIGNED KOMA SAKU

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A Four-Case Lacquer Inro
Edo-Meiji period (19th century), signed Koma saku
Of oval section lacquered in gold, silver, red and black takamaki-e with a roundel with a seated courtesan with poem papers and a writing box, the background kinpun and the surround gold lacquer with an ishime surface, the reverse designed with a crescent moon in silver togidashi against a roiro-nuri ground with a swallow in gold and silver hiramaki-e and pine trees in yamimaki-e, the interiors nashiji; fitted with a quartz bead ojime and a lacquered-wood netsuke of a book, the profile forming a plover, decorated with waves, a child's robe and toys in gold, silver and red hiramaki-e on a ground of black with nashiji and hirame, signed Kajikawa
2 7/8in. (7.3cm.) long
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