Japanese artworks from the Murray Warner Collection of Oriental Art. High Quality Female Mannequin (MWJ67:1) is from the Meiji period. Emperor Doll (MWJ67:2) is from ca. 1770. Archer Doll (MWJ67:3), Archer Doll (MWJ67:4), Musician Doll (MWJ67:15) and Musician Doll (MWJ67:16) are from the 18th century. Serving Girl Doll (MWJ67:5), Serving Girl Doll (MWJ67:6), Serving Girl Doll (MWJ67:7), Serving Girl Doll (MWJ67:8), Serving Girl Doll (MWJ67:9), Serving Girl Doll (MWJ67:10), Serving Girl Doll (MWJ67:11), Musician Doll (MWJ67:14), Musician Doll (MWJ67:17), Musician Doll (MWJ67:18), Musician Doll (MWJ67:19), Musician Doll (MWJ67:20), Chest (MWJ67:21), Musician Doll (MWJ67:20), Chest (MWJ67:21), Chest (MWJ67:23), Trunk (MWJ67:24), Chest (MWJ67:25), Basin (MWJ67:26), Basin (MWJ67:27), Dressing Stand (MWJ67:28), Table (MWJ67:29), Table (MWJ67:30), Brush Box (MWJ67:31) and Writing Box (MWJ67:32) are ca. 18th century. Uchide no Kozuchi Hammer (MWJ67:12) is from the Edo period. Flame Drum (MWJ67:13), Pair of Hasamibako (Scissor Boxes) (MWJ67:33) and Nagamochi (MWJ67:34) are from the early 20th century. Hasamibako (Scissor Box) (MWJ67:22) is from ca. early 20th century.
Three single-unit votive slips on page. Top right has black text and red stamp on white background, red band across center and along left edge. Middle slip has two white slips with black text on black and orange background, green tie at center. Bottom left slip has two red slips with white text and two yellow objects with black text, grey background.