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Name: JAPANESE EDO PERIOD INRO BY KOMA KANSAI
Inventory #: U-3052
Description: Japanese EDO period INRO by KOMA KANSAI (1767-1835). The wonderful INRO has the design of 2 KARAKO, or Chinese boys playing on the front and an exotic palm plant on the back. The INRO is signed KOMA KANSAI KAO on the bottom. The INRO measures 2 9/16" wide by 2 7/8" tall by 1 1/16" thick. (nenesu)
Age: Early 1800's
Size: 2 9/16"W by 2 7/8"H by 1 1/16"D
Price: Price on Request