Three Japanse lacquer inro with netsuke and a lacquer box and cover, Meiji, 19th C.

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Dim.: 9,5 x 7,5 x 3 cm (the largest inro)

Condition: (UV-checked)
- The covered box (on the far left) with a small coaster on the inside: box, cover and coaster in excellent condition. The box with minimal superficial wear on the underside.
- The rectangular inro (second from the left) with ivory quail netsuke and coral ojime: the outside of the inro in excellent condition, the ojime in excellent condition, the netsuke with a small chip to the underside of the rear part. A signature visible on the underside, below the himo. The netsuke unsigned. The inro opens and closes smoothly and is in excellent condition in the interior.
- The mother of pearl-inlaid inro (third from the left) with lacquer netsuke and malachite ojime: the outside of the inro with small losses to the mother of pearl, otherwise in good condition. A signature visible below the himo. The inro opens and closes smoothly and shows minor superficial wear on a few small spots on the inside. The lacquer netsuke in excellent condition, also signed.
- The inro on the far right with ivory netsuke and lacquer ojime: the outside of the inro in excellent condition. The inro opens and closes smoothly and is in excellent condition on the inside. A signature visible below the himo. The ivory netsuke in excellent condition. A signature visible on the inside.

Estimate: € 1500 - € 2500