Lot 1042
US$ 5,000 - 6,000
£3,000 - 3,600
Auction Details
Lot Details
A kinko tsuba
By Nagoya Fukumichi, 19th century
The surface of the mokko shakudo plate with raised rim designed with a tiger leaping toward a rocky outcropping, the reverse with bamboo and rocks by a stream, all in gold taka-zogan and hira-zogan and taka-bori and shishiai-bori, signed Nagoya Fukumichi
2 3/4in (6.9cm) wide
  1. Jeff Olson
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