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A Japanese Gold Maki-e Covered Box

A gold maki-e covered box. Meiji Period.

A Japanese Gold-Lacquered Covered Box A gold-lacquered covered box of rectangular form. Meiji Period.
A Japanese Roiro and Gold Lacquered Box A roiro and gold lacquered cylindrical box. Taisho Period. Lacquer Suzuribako Richly-lacquered gold suzuribako. Edo/Meiji Period.
Gold-makie rectangular box with rounded corners. Edo Period. Small and unusual covered tobacco box. Meiji Period.
Wood and Lacquer Figures Wood and gold lacquer figures of General Kwanyu and his retainer. Meiji Period. Maki-e suzuribako with silver mounts and ink stone. Meiji Period.
Laquer Suzuribako Rectangular suzuribako. Signature, Uemaatsu Hobi. Taisho Period. Gold and black lacquer natsume. Maehata Gaho signature. Showa Period.
Footed bowl of vibrant red, gold and silver lacquer. 19th century. Japanese lacquer smoking set in carriage form. Meiji Period.

Group of inro.
Left: Four-case brown-ground inro. Toyo signature.

Center: Four-section inro of gold lacquer. Signed Isshi

Right: Dark brown three-case inro. Chohei signature.

Black lacquer suzuribako with sprinklings of gold lacquer on the cover. Ranryo-o signature. Meiji/Taisho Period.

Lacquer suzuribako depicting Mt. Yoshino. Edo/Meiji Period.

Gold maki-e natsume decorated in takamaki-e, kirikane and inlaid with aogai. Meiji/Taisho Period.

Three-case lacquer inro. Signed on base in maki-e, Ryuhei-zo. Edo Period.

Three-case black-lacquer inro Signed on base in gold lacquer, Kajitoshi saku. Early Edo Period.

Overlapping bi-form tebako designed in hiramaki-e and togidashi. Meiji/Taisho Period.

Maki-e covered box designed in hiramaki-e and kirikane as an okimono. Meiji Period.

Four-case maki-e inro depicting the great poet, Prince Narihira. Signed Kajikawa Bunryusai saku. Late Edo Period.

Maki-e box portraying chidori over rice fields. Meiji Period.

Portable 4-part maki-e sagejubako. Late Edo Period.

Five-case roiro-ground inro. Signed on base in maki-e, Kanshosai saku.

Nashiji-ground, three-case inro. Edo Period.

A Japanese Gold and Roiro Covered Lacquered Box

A large gold and roiro covered lacquered box. Akira Matoba. Showa Period.

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Laquer Covered box

Square-shaped covered box. Meiji Period.

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Silver-mounted maki-e lacquer letter box. Meiji Period.

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Gold Lacquered two-tiered Kobako

Gold-lacquered, two-tiered kobako with nashiji interiors ans silver mounts. 19th century.

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Lacquered two-tiered stand

Gold lacquered two-tiered stand with nashiji. Meiji Period.

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Group of inro.
Left: Four-case black lacquer inro.

Center: four-section inro. Koman signature SOLD

Right: Four-case kinji lacquer inro. Jokusai signature.

suzuribako in gold and colored lacquers with inkstone and suiteki. 19th century.

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Mirror-form lacquer suzuribako. Edo Period.

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Gold lacquer ryoshibako. Meiji Period.

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Gold maki-e covered box inlaid with aogai and formed as three shells. Meiji Period.

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Five-footed censer designed in takamaki-e on a nashiji ground. Meiji Period.

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Rectangular maki-e suzuribako with silver mounts. 19th century.

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Three-case maki-e inro. Edo Period.

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Complete Sugoroku board game with heavy game box of black persimmon wood. Late Edo/Early Meiji Period.

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Rare, matching set of kura (saddle) and abumi (stirrups). Mid-to-late Edo Period.

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Red lacquer bowl resplendent with colored lacquers, aogai and gold detailing. Gold signature on reverse, Kajikawa. Meiji Period.

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3-tiered contoured gold-lacquered box. Edo Period.

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Free-form, quatrefoil gold lacquer box. ate Edo/Meiji Period.

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Pair of gold and multi-lacquered flask vases. Meiji Period.

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gold lacquer mask of Kumasaka. Deme Uman signature. 18th century.

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Gold lacquer kodansu with handle. Edo Period.

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lacquer suzuribako designed with multiple lacquer technique. 19th century.

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unique, round suzuribako designed with a glorious visual. Zohiko zo signature. Ca. 1915.

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Black and gold lacquer suzuribako with pewter carvings. 19th century.

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Rich black and gold lacquer bunko. Meiji Period.

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Lacquered Box

Gold lacquered and multi-metal box. Shorakusai Katsuhide signature and Keiu plaque. Meiji Period.

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Brown-lacquered suzuribako

Brown-lacquered suzuribako with two horses. Meiji Period.

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