An inlaid iron tsuba Edo period (17th century)
Lot 1019
An inlaid iron tsuba Edo period (17th century)
Sold for US$ 1,625 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
An inlaid iron tsuba
Edo period (17th century)
The elongated mokko-gata plate with slightly raised rim and designed with blossoming flowers and scrolling vines in silver and gold nunome-zogan
3 5/8in (9.2cm) high


  • Provenance: Ex-Walter Lionel Behrens collection

    Published: Henri L. Joly, pub. W.L. Behrens collection, part III Sword Fittings (Arno Press: London, 1912), no. 1501 pl XXV.
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