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A Set of Kozuka and Kogai and Seven Kogai
A Set of Kozuka and Kogai and Seven Kogai

EDO PERIOD (18TH-19TH CENTURY), THE FIRST SIGNED RYUSHIKEN NAOSADA KORE O MIGAKU, THE FIFTH SIGNED NAOSUKE AND KAO, THE SIXTH SIGNED MASAHARA AND KAO

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A Set of Kozuka and Kogai and Seven Kogai
Edo period (18th-19th century), the first signed Ryushiken Naosada kore o migaku, the fifth signed Naosuke and kao, the sixth signed Masahara and kao
Comprising a shakudo migamki-ji kogai with a seascape with sail boats in gold hira-zogan; a Waki-Goto school shakudo nanako-ji kogai with a reclining ox in taka-bori and iroe taka-zogan; a Goto school shakudo nanako-ji kogai carved with flowering grasses in taka-bori with gold highlights; a set of silver kozuka and wari kogai decorated with horses in katakiri-bori; a shakudo nanako-ji kogai with vines and gourds in iroe taka-zogan; a small shibuichi kogai with bamboo in taka-bori and gold; a shakudo nanako-ji kogai with a lobster and New Year's decorations in iroe takazogan; a small silver wari kogai
9in. (23cm.) long (the longest)
With a certificate no. 4552 issued by the Nihon Token Hozon Kai (Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Sword), dated 1997.10.5 (the second) (9)

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