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Tetsu-ji Tatemaru-gata Iroe Zogan Sukashi Tsuba

Reference Number
[ Butterfly, Autumn Flowers ] Nara School in Edo
The Edo period (1603-1868)
No Inscription
L x W x H
7.0 x 6.8 x 0.3 cm
Nakago Hole
2.5 x 0.8 cm
87 g
Tetsu (iron)
Wooden Box
Nihon Bijutsu Token Hozon Kyokai issued on December 22 of 2009

There is a Hozon Tosogu Kanteisho (certificate) issued by Nihon Bijutsu Token Hozon Kyokai (NBTHK) on December 22 of 2009.
According to the Kanteisho, this sword guard was made by a craftsman of the Nara school in Edo.
The tsuba is a little rusty.
A butterfly is expressed in the In-Sukashi openwork method.
Autumn flowers (Kiku, Silver Grass) and the butterfly are expressed in the Suemon Zogan and Iroe inlay methods with gold, silver and Shakudo alloy.
The rim part is in the Maru-Mimi shape.
Those motifs are expressed elaborately with the highly advanced skills.
Very good looking tsuba !

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[ Butterfly, Autumn Flowers ] Nara school Tsuba. with NBTHK Kanteisho
Butterfly, Susuki (silver grass) and Kiku Flowers
Japanese authentic Iron Sword Guard (Tsuba)
Autumn Flowers
Silver Grass and Kiku Flowers
Tsuba made by a craftsman of The Nara School in Edo area
In Wooden Box
Nihon Bijutsu Token Hozon Kyokai Kanteisho
Tetsu-Ji - forged iron plate This tsuba is made from wrought iron plate.
Tatemaru-Gata - oval shape Its shape is oval.
Iroe - color inlay painting Susuki (Silver Grass) and Kiku flowers are expressed in the Iroe inlay method with gold and silver.
Zogan - inlay The motifs are expressed in the Zogan inlay method.
Sukashi - openwork The butterfly is expressed in the In-Sukashi openwork method.
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