A Masahide school tanto in cloisonne enamel mounts By Yoriyoshi Naotane, late Edo period (19th century)
Lot 2101Y
A Masahide school tanto in cloisonné enamel mounts By Yoriyoshi Naotane, late Edo period (19th century)
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A Masahide school tanto in cloisonné enamel mounts By Yoriyoshi Naotane, late Edo period (19th century) A Masahide school tanto in cloisonné enamel mounts By Yoriyoshi Naotane, late Edo period (19th century)
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A Masahide school tanto in cloisonné enamel mounts
By Yoriyoshi Naotane, late Edo period (19th century)
Shobu-zukuri, iori-mune forged in a ko-mokume pattern with a hitatsura tempered edge in ko-nie and a midare-komi boshi; ubu tang with two holes and sujikai and kessho file marks, signed Yoriyoshi Naotane and with kao; 7 1/2in (18.9cm) long; with a silver one-piece habaki

19th-century cloisonné enamel mounts comprising a saya worked in polychrome enamels and silver wire with chrysanthemum heads and vines on a green ground, the "kojiri" and "koiguchi" decorated with cherry florets against a black ground; ivory fuchi-gashira; gilt-copper chrysanthemum menuki on a white same tsuka

Lacquer fubako converted into presentation box decorated with long-tailed birds in a blossoming cherry tree in gold and silver taka-makie, hira-makie and gold foil against a nashiji ground
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