Four iron tsuba Edo Period
Lot 6098
Four iron tsuba Edo Period
Sold for US$ 836 inc. premium
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Property from the Estate of Leonard H. Lautenberger
Four iron tsuba
Edo Period
All displaying some oxidation, the first two circa 1800, one Mito Hagiwa school with a whimsical design of a shishi reversed by a peony blossom, the other Saga Kaneie style work skillfully and humorously decorated with Gama Sennin and his toad companion dancing, the details enhanced with gold and gold patinated inlays; the second two both circa 1850, one a Choshu school style mokko form plate displaying a design of two large masted sailing ships among stylized waves, the other Edo kinko work with a square reserve to the center surrounded by cloud scrolls accented in silver inlay, all contained within a circular border around the rim, one hitsu plugged in gold.
3 1/2, 3 3/8, 3 1/8 and 2 7/8in (8.9, 8.5, 7.9 and 4.8cm)
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