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"Oblong mokko form plate of nigurome with raised edge having large grain nanako ground that is gilded. The web of fine grain nanako ground with the high relief design of the legend of Omori Hikoshichi, with the Hannya on his back (see Joly: LEGEND IN JAPANESE ART, London, page 121 to 123). The reverse with a stone lantern, pine tree, and the same nanako ground. This is a classic example of the work of the Nagoya-mono group, who often worked in the style of the later Edo period Goto school. This example dates to about ca 1700." (Haynes)
6.0cm x 6.7cm x 3.0mm @ seppa/rim

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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