Mino School Tsuba


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Provenance:    Robert E. Haynes $600.00
"Mokko form nigurome (the alloy that is used to make shakudo) plate that is covered, over a nanako ground, with a mass of spring flowers of various types, some with silver or gold inlay additions. This goes over the edge of the plate and is repeated, with variations, on the reverse. The face of the nakago-ana has seven notches at the top and seven at the bottom, these were put there by the artist who made this tsuba, as his signature. Unfortunately we have yet to find a signed example to know who these marks belong to. In the past this type of tsuba has been called Nagoya mono. I think a better term would be Mino mono, as the style and design are very much in the style of the late Mino school artists. This tsuba dates from about 1700." (Haynes)
7.0cm x 7.6cm x 0.3cm


  

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




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