Tsuba
Lot 1036
Tsuba
Sold for US$ 7,500 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A kinko tsuba
By Goto Mitsunori, Edo period (19th century)
The round shakudo nanako plate designed with long-tailed birds squawking among rocks, the reverse with similar motif, all done in gold and shakudo taka-zogan, one hitsuana plugged with shakudo, signed Goto Mitsunori with kakihan
2 1/2in (6.35cm) diameter

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  • Provenance: Ex-St. John's University collection
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