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HATTORI, Shunsho, Two-fold screen, "Sunlight Reflected on Water Surface", maki-e, 2007 lacquer, maki-e, raden, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

KUROSAWA, Chiharu, Two-fold screen, "Flower Dance" 1991 lacquer, gold leaf, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

KUROSAWA, Chiharu Twofold screen, "Fantastic glitter" 1988 lacquer, gold and silver foil, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

A gold lacquer four-case inro By Koma Yasutada, 19th century Decorated on the usu-nashiji ground with chidori in flight above turbulent waters, the reverse, top and bottom with a continuation of the design, in gold and silver hiramakie, the birds lacquered in gold takamakie and the foam on the waves discreetly inlaid in gold studs, the interior of fundame, signed Koma Yasutada saku; with cloisonné-enamel ojime, unsigned.

Detail. Waves and Rocks, six-panel folding screens attributed to Hasegawa Togaku, Momoyama period, first half 17th century, ink and color on gold leaf

Six-panel folding screen with painting by an artist of the Rimpa School of seasonal flowers in mineral colors, ink and gold on paper with gold leaf.

Inro silhouette design, Japan Inro Koma Yasumasa Japan Late 18th - 19th century Wood, black and gold togiadashie lacquer

Detail. The Old Plum, Edo period (1615–1868), ca. 1645 A Kano Sansetsu (Japanese, ca. 1589–1651)