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Name: JAPANESE EDO PERIOD BRONZE YATATE INRO
SOLD
Inventory #: SA2
Description: Japanese Edo Period bronze YATATE INRO. The NETSUKE, which is made in shape of a good luck hammer, contains an extendable writing brush, ink holder and stamp ink holder. The INRO consists of a 3 compartment box. The middle section is further compartmentalized into 2 sections. This section also contains a small letter seal in the shape of a bat on a roof tile. The NETSUKE/YATATE measures 2" long and is 1" in diameter. The INRO comparement measures 2 5/8" long by 1 7/8" wide and 1 3/16" depth.
Age: Edo Period (1603-1867)
Size: 2 5/8"L by 1 7/8"W by 1 3/16"D
Price: Sold