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Case (Inrō) with Chrysanthemum Decoration, Edo period (1615–1868), 18th–19th century, #Japan

Writing Box with Design of Plum Blossoms and Moon | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vessel with openwork design Japan Edo period (1615–1868) 18th century Stoneware with polychrome enamels The Met

Inrō with Portuguese Figures, Edo period (1615–1868), late 18th–early 19th century, Four cases; lacquered wood with gold hiramaki-e and cut-out gold foil application on black ground, H 9.5; W. 5.4; D. 2.9 cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art #Inro, #Urushi, #Laque, #Japon, #Lacquer, #Japan

18th c. Six Panel Japanese Screen Rakuchu Rakugai | From a unique collection of antique and modern paintings and screens at

Inro in the Form of an Eggplant with Mount Fuji and a Falcon Artist/maker unknown, Japanese Edo Period (1615-1868) Early 18th century

Case (Inrō) with Design of Autumn Flowers Masanari SHIOMI (Japanese, 1647–ca. 1722), Edo period (1615–1868), early 18th century, Case: gold, silver, and blue lacquer on black lacquer; H. 7.8; W. 5.9; D. 2.7 cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art #Inro, #Urushi, #Laque, #Japon, #Lacquer, #Japan

Itō Jakuchū (伊藤 若冲?, 1716–1800) was a Japanese painter of the mid-Edo period when Japan had closed its doors to the outside world (source Wikipedia). | #japan #japanese_art #Itoo_Jakuchu

Portable Picnic Set(SAGEJU)with chrysanthmums,Follage Scaroll,and Tokugawa Family Crest/Period:Edo period(1615-1868) /Date:18th century/Culture:Japan ( METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART