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<p>Inkstone box (suzuribako) consisting of: inkstone box (a-b), interior partition assembly (c), inkstone (d), water-dropper (e), and water-dropper holder (f). It is housed in a black lacquer outer box with a stained silk wrapper. This suzuribako is a fine example of maki-e lacquer from the late Muromachi period. The design on the exterior of the …</p>