A Four Case Shibayama Inro Edo period (19th century) A Four-Case shibayama Inro [Medicine Case] by SHOKASAI, Wonderful inro decorated with Gold, a design which is continuous on both sides with Bijin handing a fan and a monk Other side, Samourai and 3 others, all well worked in gold compartments inside with nashiji technic (Gold), inro signed Shokasai saku on the base in gold kanji Wood and bone ojime with lacquer mark, fine ox bone netsuke manju decorated in gold Top part of netsuke has trace of repair signed by netsukeshi in gold lacquer kanji on backside Approx 9 cm long x 5,8 cm wide and 2 cm thickness. The British Museum and Rijksmuseum exposed SHOKASAI work Shokasai is associated with the Shibayama family of lacquerers. The item "SHOKASAI Inro case netsuke Ojime lacquer shibayama Bijin Fan Japan 19th MEIJI" is in sale since Monday, December 4, 2017.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Swords". The seller is "atoesa" and is located in Valkenburg LB. This item can be shipped worldwide.