A large iron tsuba Edo period (19th century)
Lot 1057
A large iron tsuba Edo period (19th century)
US$ 500 - 700
£300 - 420
Auction Details
Lot Details
A large iron tsuba
Edo period (19th century)
The mokko-gata plate carved in taka-bori and shishiai-bori with a shishi prancing in a landscape with rocks and peonies, the reverse carved with a waterfall and bamboo
3 3/4in (9.5cm) high
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