An Early Three-Case Inro Edo Period (17th century) The black lacquered cloth-covered ground decorated in gold, red and black hiramaki-e and takamaki-e with paulownia and chrysanthemum flower heads, the interior black lacquer, fundame rims

Ivory four-case inro, 19th century, red lacquer ebi,

Japanese inro (3 case). Crane (front), island and three Chinese children (back). Made of lacquered wood (black), gold

Orig Japanese Woodblock Print Book Chrysanthemum of Japan Vol1 Meiji

Oriental women by Charles Emile Vernet-Lecomte

An Ivory Netsuke Signed Gyokusen, Edo Period (19th century) Of a group of chestnuts, the interiors of which are minutely carved with four scenes around Lake Biwa

snake encircling turtle, early 19th century netsuke

Tadatoshi - Snail Netsuke - early 19th Century LACMA

Geisha or courtesan carrying a shamisen in case through the snow. Main detail of a hanging scroll; ink and color on silk, 1804-18 , Japan, by artist Numata Gessai. MFA (William Sturgis Bigelow Collection)

Genshoku Nihon no bijutsu (20) someori, shiko, kinko [Japanese art in colour, v.20: Weaving and dyeing, lacquer work, metalwork] Tokyo: Shogakkan, 1969, pp. 42-43. Baill EA f 6013 G726 v.20 A kosode kimono dyed with ai and patterned with a design drawn by Ukiyoe master Katsukawa Shunsho.

E-Karatsu Teabowl. Circa Early 17th Century.

Józef Mehoffer: Flower, 1901

1900 Japanese Lacquered Box with a hydrangea flower made with pearl shell. ( wood, inlaid with pearl shell, and with takamaki-e, togidashi maki-e, and nashiji lacquer decoration)

An Ivory Netsuke SIGNED NOBUCHIKA, MEIJI PERIOD (LATE 19TH CENTURY)

Gold inro

Snow at Kamigamo Shrine, Kyoto by Takeji Asano, 1953 (published by Unsodo)

An Ivory Netsuke Signed Hidemasa, Edo Period (18th-19th century) Of a piebald hare, black lacquer details, eyes inlaid in cowhorn

Japanese Lacquer Fish Inro

An Ivory Ryusa Manju Netsuke, signed Masamine, 19th Century

Hiroshi Yoshii. http://www.flickr.com/photos/hiroshi_yoshii/7681817148/in/photostream

Makie inro, full of chrysanthemums / SHIBATA Zeshin