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Dual Features

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WMET0143
Specialty: Giclee on Gold Leafed Paper, Single Mat, with Two Openings, Hand Applied Gold Leafing
  • Gold Leafed Paper
  • Single Mat, Hand Applied Leafing
  • 22.5"w x 29.5"h
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Image M0729
M0729
1″ x 1.38″

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Our Inspiration:Inrō with Cranes and Pines

Koma Kyūhaku V (Japanese, died 1794)
Gold togidashi lacquer ground with gold and silver takamaki-e and hiramaki-e, and black and red lacquer; Netsuke: hat and mask; lacquer on wood; Ojime: jade bead; 18th century
The Howard Mansfield Collection, Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1936   36.100.206

Pouches or cases called inrō were crafted to hold small items such as tobacco and medicine. Connected by a cord to sculptural toggles known as netsuke, inrō were designed to hang from the sash of a kimono. This richly decorated inrō is one of many examples bearing elegant nature motifs in The Met collection. 

Dual_Features_36.100.206_A

Our Inspiration:Inrō with Cranes and Pines

Koma Kyūhaku V (Japanese, died 1794)
Gold togidashi lacquer ground with gold and silver takamaki-e and hiramaki-e, and black and red lacquer; Netsuke: hat and mask; lacquer on wood; Ojime: jade bead; 18th century
The Howard Mansfield Collection, Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1936   36.100.206

Pouches or cases called inrō were crafted to hold small items such as tobacco and medicine. Connected by a cord to sculptural toggles known as netsuke, inrō were designed to hang from the sash of a kimono. This richly decorated inrō is one of many examples bearing elegant nature motifs in The Met collection.