UMETADA


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Provenance:   Elliott D. Long $2000.00
"An iron (tetsu-ji) tsuba of maru-gata form. The hitsu-ana and seppa area appear raised as does the rim which outlines a mokko form on both faces.
A total of three botan (peony) plants with vines, done in flush inlay of gold. The artistic ability and aesthetic impact of this piece displays the dramatic originality of the early Umetada artists.
Most likely made by iron plate working artists called Ko-Umetada, who left no signed pieces and worked just before the arrival of Umetada Myoju.
" (Long)



7.0cm x 6.7cm x 0.40cm


KOSHU TOKUBETSU KICHO (blue papers) -
"Special Extraordinary Work"




How to Purchase this Tsuba

If you would like to know more about any Tsuba, or if you are considering a purchase,
please send an E-MAIL to Elliott at
elliott@shibuiswords.com
telling me what pieces interest you.

Or, if you would rather, you may call me: Phone: (c)503-754-8082  or   (h)503-666-2342




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