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Elaborately Detailed Carp Themed 19th Century Art Tsuba, Attributed to the Kano Natsuo Studio, with Case and Pouch

Elaborately Detailed Carp Themed 19th Century Art Tsuba, Attributed to the Kano Natsuo Studio, with Case and Pouch

Tsuba Size:68mm x55mm x3mm 72g Nakago Size: 28mm x 8mm (3mm thickness) Material: Shibuichi Signature: Unsigned Technique: Kawari Mokkogata Migakiji Dozogan Iroe Decoration: Suzumushi zu (bell-ringing cricket), Edo period

Tsuba Size:68mm x55mm x3mm 72g Nakago Size: 28mm x 8mm (3mm thickness) Material: Shibuichi Signature: Unsigned Technique: Kawari Mokkogata Migakiji Dozogan Iroe Decoration: Suzumushi zu (bell-ringing cricket), Edo period

Tsuba with design of White-Robed Kannon sitting in a lotus leaf. Edo period–Meiji era mid to late 19th century (before 1890) Hamano Noriyuki I (Japanese, 1736–1787), Hamano Noriyuki II (Japanese, 1771–1852) http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/tsuba-with-design-of-white-robed-kannon-sitting-in-a-lotus-leaf-10049

Tsuba with design of White-Robed Kannon sitting in a lotus leaf. Edo period–Meiji era mid to late 19th century (before 1890) Hamano Noriyuki I (Japanese, 1736–1787), Hamano Noriyuki II (Japanese, 1771–1852) http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/tsuba-with-design-of-white-robed-kannon-sitting-in-a-lotus-leaf-10049

Iron takabori tsuba (Mito School, 19th century)  , inlaid in shibuichi and gold takazogan. Showing a nightwatchman in the rain, a bird flying past the moon above, and a pine tree above a torii.

Iron takabori tsuba (Mito School, 19th century) , inlaid in shibuichi and gold takazogan. Showing a nightwatchman in the rain, a bird flying past the moon above, and a pine tree above a torii.

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