Five-case Maki-e Inro
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Five-case Maki-e Inro, Japan, 18th century, with two landscapes with cranes and a turtle in a natural setting with a pine and a plum, respectively, with red and black lacquer details, broken string with bronze ojime inside, signed "Koami," ht. 3 3/8 in.
broken string, without netsuke.
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