An iron tsuba by Hayata Naomitsu  Late Edo period (19th century)
Lot 5157¤
An iron tsuba By Hayata Naomitsu, Late Edo Period, 19th Century
Sold for US$ 3,600 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
An iron tsuba
By Hayata Naomitsu, Late Edo Period, 19th Century
Of circular form with raised rim, carved in relief with five frolicking horses, signed Inaba ju Naoteru.
3in (7.6cm)

Footnotes

  • Provenance: Alexander Moslé collection
    Published Moslé 1909, no. 790; Moslé 1932a, no. 790

    The signature has previously been misread as Naomitsu. The name Naoteru with the present kanji does not appear in Haynes Index.

Saleroom notices

  • The Tsuba is by Naoteru, not Naomitsu as catalogued.
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