EDO PERIOD (18TH CENTURY), THE DAI SIGNED TETSUGENDO OKAMOTO NAOSHIGE AND SEALED, THE SHO SIGNED SEIRYU KEN EIJU (NAOFUSA) AND SEALED
An Okamoto School Daisho (Pair) Tsuba
Edo period (18th century), the dai signed Tetsugendo Okamoto Naoshige and sealed, the sho signed Seiryu ken Eiju (Naofusa) and sealed
Each iron, finished with a russet patina and pierce-carved in the round with irises, the stems forming the rim
3½in. (7cm.) long; 2¼in. (5.7cm.) long (2)
Sale Room Notice
Please note that the smaller tsuba has a hozon tosogu certificate. THis set is not really a daisho, it is just associated.
This pair of tsuba is a collaboration between Okamoto Naoshige (d. 1780) and his follower Okamoto Naofusa (d. between 1775 and 1800).