Two metal Tsuba
Lot 361
Two metal Tsuba
Sold for £325 (US$ 556) inc. premium
Lot Details
Two metal Tsuba
One of circular form, carved in relief with a figure on horseback, a tree to the reverse, with details in gilt, 7.2cm diameter, the other of square form, carved with a monkey, 8cm wide (2)
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    Specialist - European Ceramics
    Bonhams
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