Three tsuba Edo Period
Lot 79*
Three tsuba Edo Period
£700 - 750
US$ 1,200 - 1,300
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Lot Details
Three tsuba
Edo Period
The first a Choshu tsuba carved with a dragon in a landscape, signed Choshu Hagi ju Okada Zenzaemon; the second from Bushu, of mokko form and carved in relief with waves; the third from Nara, of brass, circular, inlaid all over with karakusa, Yasuchika school; wood boxes.
8.2cm, 8.2cm and 7.2cm (3¼in, 3¼in and 2 7/8in). (6.)
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