An iron tsuba Kyo-Shoami School, 16th century
Lot 42
An iron tsuba Kyo-Shoami School, 16th century
Sold for £1,500 (US$ 2,568) inc. premium
Lot Details
An iron tsuba
Kyo-Shoami School, 16th century
Of square form with indented corners, pierced with a lattice design, partly inlaid with copper and shakudo, unsigned.
8.2cm (3¼in).

Footnotes

  • 鍔 格子透 無銘 16世紀
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