A fine quality mid 19th century Japanese Meiji embroidered textile tobacco pouch with amusing metal work Kanemono(clasp)of man sitting on a huge, oversized pipe. The pouch is attached on a cord with a carnelian ojime to a fine pipe holder made from lacquered straw. The pouch is embroidered with Japanese motifs. The interior fabric appears to be brown suede leather with one compartment.The clasp on the interior of the outer clasp appears to be silver. Dimensions: 2 3/4" high x 5" long. Pipe case: 8" long x approx. 1" high. Condition: Pipe case, excellent. Pouch, normal wear, soil to fabric from age/use. No damages or repairs. Ivory chop sticks(latter addition) included. Dates to circa mid 19th century. Postage/insurance extra. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back, providing item returned in sent condition, within 3 days of receipt and the way it was packed. Sales tax charged if sold in New York state unless valid NY state sales tax number and resale certificate provided.