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A Sentoku Tsuba, an Iron Tsuba and a Kinko (Mixed-Metal)  Tsuba
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A Sentoku Tsuba, an Iron Tsuba and a Kinko (Mixed-Metal) Tsuba

EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY), THE SECOND INSCRIBED YAMASHIRO KUNI JU UMETADA MYOJU

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A Sentoku Tsuba, an Iron Tsuba and a Kinko (Mixed-Metal) Tsuba
Edo period (19th century), the second inscribed Yamashiro kuni ju Umetada Myoju
Comprising; a rounded-square brass plate finished in ishime-ji on the surface inlaid with the outline of horses in iroe takazogan; an iron oval tsuba pierce-carved with the Bell of Dojoji and dragon-snake, a "Ja" mask and a Noh fan with tassles with gold inlay and overlay highlights, one hitsuana plugged with shakudo; an Ishiguro-school mokko plate finished in shakudo nanako and decorated with butterfly, grasshoppers and autumn grasses in iroe takazogan
2 7/8in. (6.7cm.); 2 7/8in. (7.3cm.); 2 7/8in. (7.3cm.) diameter (3)
Provenance
The first and third Herman A. E. and Paul C. Jaehne, New York
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