A suji kabuto Edo period (18th century)
Lot 1014
A suji kabuto Edo period (18th century)
Sold for US$ 8,750 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A suji kabuto
Edo period (18th century)
The sixteen-plate suji kabuto constructed in a gosho-zan profile and lacquered black with a four-stage tehen kanamono with shinodare in gilt-copper alternating with shakudo strips covering the remaining ridges, the mabizashi applied with a band of swirling clouds carved in gilt copper; with a five-lame shikoro laced in blue and sukigaeshi applied with Omodaka crests; maedate a pierced diamond and kuwagata
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