Four Tsuba: Junoji with scroll, ittabori brass, small aikuchi tanto
Lot 3130
Four Tsuba 19th century
Sold for US$ 2,196 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
Four Tsuba
19th century
Comprising a shakudo oval plate decorated with Fukurokuju, an ox and a boy beneath a pine tree in iroe takazogan, takabori, and shishiaibori, inscribed Toshinaga and kao; a silver sukashi tsuba carved with rice stalks, unsigned; a sentoku lobed plate carved with a landscape in katakiribori with gold and silver highlights, unsigned; a rounded rectangular iron tsuchimeji tsuba decorated with a dragon fly and a stream in gold overlays and katakiribori, two udenuki ana
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