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"Oval iron plate tsuba with design of a subject from a No drama. The solid areas are covered in fine gold nunome, including the rim. There is a bugaku dance hat, a curtain with kiku and kiri mon design, and a maple tree branch. This design is repeated on the reverse.

This is a KENJO (presentation) tsuba. It was intended as a gift, most often from one daimyo to another, but by this time, ca. 1800, it might also have been from a merchant, such as a pawn broker, or sake brewer, for they had as much, if not more wealth, than most of the daimyo who were in debt to them.

A very fine quality of the later Kenjo style of tsuba." (Haynes)
6.80cm x 6.50cm x 0.50cm.

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 telling me (Elliott) where you are and what pieces interest you.

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

I can discuss payment methods, and estimate shipping and insurance costs. 

For orders within the US, I can accept personal checks, bank checks, or money orders made payable to "Elliott Long." I cannot process credit cards or accept paypal payments. 

Orders from outside the US can be paid with International Postal Money Orders, checks in US dollars written on a US bank, Western Union transfers, or Bank Wire transfers. Contact Me for details. I can give you a quote on shipping and insurance costs, once I have received your mailing address.

Payments should be sent to:   Elliott Long
                                                         P.O. Box 2103
                                                         Gresham, Oregon 97030

A Collaboration of Robert E. Haynes and Elliott D. Long

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