are beautifully crafted boxes which emerged as the most popular type of sagemono, while the ojime is a sliding bead through which the cord holding the box passes, keeping the inro
Warehouses are becoming increasingly automated and forklifts are no exception," said Mark Templeton, CEO of INRO
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One piece from Mr Wrangham's collection - a 19th-Century traditional Japanese case, known as an inro
- sold for a record-breaking pounds 162,000 while other lots sold to global collectors for many thousands of pounds over their pre-sale estimates.
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Thus, out of 58, just 17 were considered valid for inclusion in the final corpus: gung ho (1942), (4) ho-ho (1901), hutung (1922), I Ching (1876), inro
(1617), kongsi (1839), kuei (1935), Kuomintang (1912), Kuo-yu (1932), Lohan (1878), qi (1850), Shar-Pei (1976), shih-tzu (1921), Szechuan (1956), wonk (1) (1900), Yin (2) (1846) and Zen (1727).
Ruijgrok (2003), "Synergievoordelen in Logistieke NETwerken (SYLONET)--deel 1," TNO Inro
report 033N08832001 (in Dutch).
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Birmingham's Cannon Hill Park next Sunday for the city's Victory Fireworks Fantasia concert.
A wealthy man, Franks also left to the museum his collection of chinaware, netsuke, inro
, bookplates, and jewelry.
and netsuke became a part of the past for the upper classes and samurai.
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without the stockpile.
After weeks of searching, rescuers were about to give up when the group-exhausted and frostbitten, but alive--walked inro
a local store.