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19th Century Lacquer Inro Sagemono
Neko and Botan
Kitten and Peony

Signed: Kansai. Circa: Edo, 19th century
Inro: H 1.65 in.(4cm), W 1.5 in.(4cm), D 0.75 in.(2cm)
Netsuke: H 1 in.(2.5cm), W 1 in.(2.5cm), D 1.4 in.(3.5cm)

Condition: blemish on makie mon, o.a. good!

Kansai Signature

Estimated: $1000-1200
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text/call: 510-918-2333

Lacquer Inro Netsuke
  

A toy-like tsuishu neko sitting above a small fan, this carved red lacquer netsuke is accompanied with a pink coral ojime, and an oval-shaped single case child inro made of natural kiri (paulownia), decorated with two peonies in gold takamakie on one side, and a family mon on the opposing side over a lacquered ground of wavy lines. Signed on the base in Kanji script: Kansai. A recorded prolific lacquer artist by Raymond Bushell in The Inro Handbook, pg. 100.

  
Red Lacquer Neko Netsuke
  
Takamakie Peony InroTakamakie Family Mon Inro
  
  
Red Lacquer Neko Netsuke
  
Last BuddhaFuture Buddha
  



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