A black-lacquer armor with blue lacing and water plantain side crests
Lot 1006
A black-lacquer armor Edo period (18th century)
Sold for US$ 23,750 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A black-lacquer armor
Edo period (18th century)
Laced in blue and comprising a sixty-two plate suji kabuto lacquered black and mounted with a four-stage tehen kanamono and a six-lame shikoro terminating in small fukigaeshi, the maedate a blossoming tree and the wakidate large water plantains, the hanbo fitted with a five-lame yodarekake; the nuinobu do fitted with seven sections of five-lame kusazuri; chu-sode; chain-mail and plate kote; Etchu haidate; shino suneate; one armor box; no stand
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