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Fuchi & Kashira Set made by Hamano School

Reference Number
[ New Year ] Fuchi & Kashira by Hamano School
At the end part of the Edo period (1603 - 1868)
No Inscription
L x W x H
[ Fuchi ] 3.8 x 2.2 x 1.3 cm, 16 g
(Nakago Hole = 2.7 x 0.7 cm)
[ Kashira ] 3.3 x 1.8 x 0.8 cm, 9 g
Tetsu (iron)
Wooden Box
Kanteisho issued by Zuikido (Shibata Mitsuo) on October 25 of 1979

Fuchi & Kashira set with Kanteisho certificate issued by Zuikido on October 25 of 1979.
Zuikido was managed by Mitsuo Shibata, very famous and authorized Japanese sword appraiser.
There is a signature and seal of him on the Kanteisho.
According to the Kanteisho, this Fuchi & Kashra set was made by a craftsman of the Hamano school in Edo at the end part of the Edo period.
The Hamano flourished in Edo area with their superb techniques.
The motifs are new year items.
Sacred straw ropes, Matsu (Japanese Pine) needles, Kashiwa (Japanese Oak) leaves, fern leaves and others.
Those are expressed in the Takabori high-relief carving, the Zogan inlay method with gold.
This Fuchi & Kashira set is precious one judged by Mitsuo Shibata.

USD 899
[ Fuchi & Kashira Set ] Made by Hamano School in Edo
Fuchi and Kashira Set made from Iron
Fuchi Back Side
Straw Rope, Oak Leaves
Fern Leaf
Fuchi made from Iron
Kashira Back Side
Straw Rope, Kashiwa, Shida
Inlaid with Gold
Zuikido Kanteisho Certificate
[ Fuchi & Kashira Set ] Made by Hamano School in Edo
Kanteisho Certificate issued by Zuikido
Back Side of the Kanteisho
Tetsu-Ji - wrought iron This Fuchi & Kashira Set is made from iron.
Takabori - high relief carving The motifs are expressed in high-relief carving.
Zogan - inlay The motifs are also expressed in the Zogan inlay method with gold.
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