Rare 19th Century Japanese Four Case Inro Signed

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Experience the exquisite craftsmanship of this rare 19th Century Japanese four case Inro, meticulously signed by Kajikawa. Adorned with intricate details, including gold lacquer Takamaki-e and Hiramaki-e design featuring willow trees, birds, and a serene river scene, all enclosed in Nashiji lacquer with stunning gold flecks. An inro is a traditional Japanese case for holding small objects, suspended from the obi (sash) worn around the waist when wearing a kimono.

This elegant piece measures 9cm x 4.5cm, capturing the essence of traditional Japanese artistry.