Fifteen mixed metal inlaid iron tsuba Edo Period
Lot 3077
Fifteen mixed metal inlaid iron tsuba Edo Period
Sold for US$ 960 inc. premium

Lot Details
Fifteen mixed metal inlaid iron tsuba
Edo Period
Including: one with flying birds signed Kaneshige (plate maker), 17 century; one Sendai Katchushi, circa 1600, with fish design; one large 17th century Saga Kaneie style with a single bird; one 18th century Saga Kaneie plate with a fisherman; one, circa 1800 Saga Kaneie style, with a man polling a raft; one a 19th century shiiremono; one Mito Shoami, circa 1800, with a dragonfly and waves; one Mito school, circa 1700, with pierced decoration and inlaid grapevines (cleaned); and the remaining eight all Mito school or Mito school style with various decorations, Including: one with flying birds signed Kaneshige (a plate maker), 17 century; one Sendai Katchushi, circa 1600, with fish design; one large 17th century Saga Kaneie style with a single bird; one 18th century Saga Kaneie plate with a fisherman; one, circa 1800 Saga Kaneie style, with a man polling a raft; one a 19th century shiiremono; one Mito Shoami, circa 1800, with a dragonfly and waves; one Mito school, circa 1700, with pierced decoration and inlaid grapevines (cleaned); and the remaining eight all Mito school or Mito school style Including: one with flying birds signed Kaneshige (a plate maker), 17 century; one Sendai Katchushi, circa 1600, with fish design; one large 17th century Saga Kaneie style with a single bird; one 18th century Saga Kaneie plate with a fisherman; one, circa 1800 Saga Kaneie style, with a man polling a raft; one a 19th century shiiremono; one Mito Shoami, circa 1800, with a dragonfly and waves; one Mito school, circa 1700, with pierced decoration and inlaid grapevines (cleaned); and the remaining eight all Mito school or Mito school style, circa 1800 to circa 1850 (generally fair to poor conditions overall).
2 1/4 to 3 1/8in (5.7 to 7.9cm)
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