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  • Four Assorted Inros

    Lot: 377
    Sold for: $1,169$950

    Four Assorted Inros, Japan, 19th century, a rounded rectangular black/gold lacquered four-case inro with cinnabar box-shape netsuke and tubular metal ojime; an encased rectangular silver three-case ...

  • Four Assorted Inros and a Netsuke

    Lot: 378
    Sold for: $800$650

    Four Assorted Inros and a Netsuke, Japan, 19th century, a rectangular gold-lacquered four-case inro, decorated with boats and pines in bas-relief, without a cord, ojime, and netsuke; a rectangular ...

  • Four Lacquered Inros

    Lot: 379
    Sold for: $1,353$1,100

    Four Lacquered Inros, Japan, 19th century, a lacquered three-case inro, decorated with incised shishi design, with ojime and rabbit-shaped netsuke signed "Shojiki"; a maki-e-lacquered four-case ...

  • Three Lacquered Inros

    Lot: 381
    Sold for: $1,722$1,400

    Three Lacquered Inros, Japan, 18th to 19th century, a four-case gold/black lacquered inro, with a blossoming plum, signed "Hakugyoku Hogen" and "Kanshosai"; a five-case plum lacquer inro inlaid with ...

  • Seven Metalwork Ojime Beads

    Lot: 389
    Sold for: $984$800

    Seven Metalwork Ojime Beads, Japan, Meiji period, four oviform, one cylindrical signed "Kazumasa," and two baluster-form, one signed "Shouju," ht. to 7/8 in. ...

  • Two-case Maki-e Inro

    Lot: 397
    Sold for: $923$750

    Two-case Maki-e Inro, Japan, 19th century, rounded rectangular form with an inner compartment, decorated with a bull on a leash outdoors, with mountains and pines, signed "Shiomi Masanari" on one ...

  • Five-case Maki-e Inro

    Lot: 399
    Sold for: $738$600

    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 ...

  • Six-case Maki-e Inro

    Lot: 400
    Sold for: $400$325

    Six-case Maki-e Inro, Japan, Edo period, decorated with a landscape with pines, rocks, and a waterfall, with shakudo-inlaid ojime and egg-shape lacquered netsuke, ht. 3 3/4 in. ...

  • Five-case Maki-e Inro with Netsuke and Ojime

    Lot: 403
    Sold for: $738$600

    Five-case Maki-e Inro with Netsuke and Ojime, Japan, 19th century, unsigned, decorated with flying swallows over the sea with rocks and a rising sun, gold- and red-foil-inlaid details, carved ...

  • Carved Wood Inro

    Lot: 405
    Sold for: $123$100

    Carved Wood Inro, Japan, possibly 19th century, with bats and a longevity character, with bat ojime, inlaid details, signed "Harunami" on base, ht. 2 7/8 in. ...

  • Portable Carved Root Wood Tobacco Box

    Lot: 188
    Sold for: $431$350

    Portable Carved Root Wood Tobacco Box, Japan, early 20th century, with ojime and a pipe holder with an inscription, signed "Koizumi to," box ht. 3 3/4, holder lg. 9 3/4 in. ...

  • Six Miniature Wood Carvings

    Lot: 1978
    Sold for: $154$125

    Six Miniature Wood Carvings, Japan, two ojime beads, an inro, a figural netsuke, an openwork drum-shape netsuke, and a netsuke in the shape of monk bell, ht. to 2 in. ...

  • Miniature Inro with Gourd-form Netsuke and Ojime Bead

    Lot: 1980
    Sold for: $123$100

    Miniature Inro with Gourd-form Netsuke and Ojime Bead, Japan, mixed metals, inlaid and applied decoration, strung on silk himo, inro ht. 1 in. ...

  • George Lazarnick

    Lot: 420
    Sold for: $677$550

    George Lazarnick, Signature Book of Netsuke, Inro and Ojime Artists in Photographs, Honolulu: Reed Publishers, 1976; with Lazarnick, Netsuke and Inro Artists and How to Read Their Signatures, two ...

  • Necklace with Forty-seven Mixed-metal Ojime Beads

    Lot: 577
    Sold for: $13,530$11,000

    Necklace with Forty-seven Mixed-metal Ojime Beads, Japan, Meiji period, on a silk string, the beads mostly in various forms of vases, all decorated with inlaid floral designs, some with immortals ...

  • Kiseru Tobacco Pipe, Case, and Pouch

    Lot: 222
    Sold for: $154$125

    Kiseru Tobacco Pipe, Case, and Pouch, Japan, 19th century, bamboo pipe with silver and copper fittings, with a carved bone kiseruzutsu pipe case and a tooled leather tabako-ire pouch, with malachite ...

  • Kiseru Tobacco Pipe, Case, and Pouch, Japan, 19th century, bamboo pipe with silver and copper fittings, with a carved bone kiseruzutsu

    Lot: 1060
    Unsold  

    Kiseru Tobacco Pipe, Case, and Pouch, Japan, 19th century, bamboo pipe with silver and copper fittings, with a carved bone kiseruzutsu pipe case and a tooled leather tabako-ire pouch, with malachite ...

  • Four-case Inro with Ojime and Netsuke

    Lot: 239
    Sold for: $615$500

    Four-case Inro with Ojime and Netsuke, Japan, 19th century, the continuous scene of a frog, flowers, and grasses rendered in hiramaki-e and takamaki-e against a snakeskin veneered ground, brown ...

  • Four-case Gold Lacquer Inro

    Lot: 240
    Sold for: $738$600

    Four-case Gold Lacquer Inro, Japan, 19th century, decorated with a night scene with a reclining woman under a tree, rendered in hiramaki-e, takamaki-e, and kiri-gane, some details lacquered in red ...

  • Five-case Gold and Black Lacquer Inro

    Lot: 241
    Sold for: $861$700

    Five-case Gold and Black Lacquer Inro, Japan, 19th century, decorated with two birds perched on a bonsai pine tree, rendered in hiramaki-e and kiri-gane against a partly nashiji ground, a bird ...

  • Four-case Gold Lacquer Inro

    Lot: 242
    Sold for: $677$550

    Four-case Gold Lacquer Inro, Japan, 19th century, decorated with an interior scene with a seated daimyo on one side a female divinity standing on clouds with a bow and arrows in her arms, rendered ...

  • Japanese Inro Watch and Case

    Lot: 128
    Sold for: $11,685$9,500

    Japanese Inro Watch and Case, c. 1845, turned convex dial with movable numbers and two moving hands, rear-wound movement with foliate pierced and engraved plates, going barrel, four turned posts and ...

  • Shagreen Inro

    Lot: 129
    Sold for: $86$70

    Shagreen Inro, Japan, 19th/20th century, of flattened curved rectangular form, with a pink stone ojime, ht. 6 3/4 in. ...

  • Five Ojime Beads

    Lot: 775
    Sold for: $554$450

    Five Ojime Beads, Japan, 19th/20th century, an openwork bone ball; an ivory ball with a carved figure with an incised bird, signed "Ichishi"; an ivory ball with two carved figures; an ivory ball ...

  • Shagreen Inro

    Lot: 775A
    Unsold  

    Shagreen Inro, Japan, 19th/20th century, of flattened curved rectangular form, with a pink stone ojime, ht. 6 3/4 in. ...

  • Three Lacquered Inros

    Lot: 776
    Sold for: $431$350

    Three Lacquered Inros, Japan, 19th/20th century, a hexagonal column-form, four cases, decorated with a floral branch and two birds in takamakie on a red-brown ground, with an ivory floral ojime, ht. ...

  • Lacquered Wood Inro with a Wood Netsuke

    Lot: 777
    Sold for: $800$650

    Lacquered Wood Inro with a Wood Netsuke, Japan, 18th/19th century, oval column-shape, four cases, carved and incised with a figure in the mountains on one side and two samurai figures on the other, ...

  • Gold Lacquered Inro with Ivory Ojime

    Lot: 481
    Sold for: $3,567$2,900

    Gold Lacquered Inro with Ivory Ojime, Japan, 19th century, oval column-shape, with five cases, each side depicting an eagle in gold and silver hiramakie, takamakie, and kirikane on a kinji ground, ...

  • Black Lacquered Inro with Jade Ojime

    Lot: 482
    Sold for: $1,230$1,000

    Black Lacquered Inro with Jade Ojime, Japan, 19th century, oval column-shape, six cases, depicting willow branches and birds in hiramakie and takamakie on a hirameji ground, the interior in nashiji ...

  • Lacquered Inro with Ojime and Netsuke

    Lot: 483
    Sold for: $554$450

    Lacquered Inro with Ojime and Netsuke, Japan, 19th century, oval column-shape, three cases, depicting a chrysanthemum branch, in gold and red takamakie on a shibuichi ground, the interior in black ...