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Aizu-Shoami Tsuba

Reference Number
TU-10859
Title
[ Ax and Hatchet ] Aizu Shoami Tsuba
Time
The Edo period (1603 - 1868)
Inscription
No Inscription
L x W x H
8.1 x 7.5 x 0.4 cm
Nakago Hole
2.7 x 0.65 cm
Weight
139 g
Material
Tetsu (iron)
Box
Wooden Box
Certificate
Hozon Tosogu Kanteisho issued by NBTHK on April 19 of 2007
Description

A certificate issued by NBTHK (Nihon Bijutsu Token Hozon Kyokai) is attached.
According to the certificate, this tsuba is made of iron.
Hammer pattern is made intentionally on both sides (=Tsuchime-ji).
The shape of this tsuba is called "Sumikiri-kaku-gata".
The hatchet (Ono) is expressed in high-relief carving (=Takabori).
The ax (Nata) is expressed in the "In-Sukashi" openwork.
The rim part is outlined in the "Uchikaeshi" method.
This tsuba is categorized as "Aizu-Shoami Tsuba".
The color of this tsuba is tasteful as it is forged very well.
Rather large tsuba.

Price
Sold, thank you !
with NBTHK Certificate
Aizu Shoami Tsuba
Ono and Nata
The ax is expressed in high-relief carving
Ax and Hatchet
In TsubaBako
[ Ax and Hatchet ] Aizu Shoami, with NBTHK Certificate
Features
Tetsu This tsuba is made of iron.
Tsuchimeji Hammer pattern is made intentionally on both sides.
Sumikirikaku-Gata This kind of shape is called "Sumikirikaku-Gata".
Takabori The ax is expressed in high-relief carving.
Ko-Sukashi The Hatchet is expressed in small openwork.

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