A brass-inlaid tsuba By Koike Yoshiro Izuminokami Naomasa, Edo period (early 17th century)
Lot 1018
A brass-inlaid tsuba By Koike Yoshiro Izuminokami Naomasa, Edo period (early 17th century)
Sold for US$ 4,375 inc. premium
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A brass-inlaid tsuba
By Koike Yoshiro Izuminokami Naomasa, Edo period (early 17th century)
Cast as a cross and decorated on the surface with blossoming vines in flush-inlaid brass and pierced with family crests, signed Koike Yoshiro Izumi (no) kami Naomasa

With a certificate written and signed by Torigoye Kazutaro dated 1965. 2 3/4in (7cm) high
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