Item: Iron tsuba carved and inlaid with gold, silver, and copperOrigin: JapanDate: Edo periodMaterials: Iron, gold, copper, silverHeight: 76.9 mm; Width: 69.5 mm; Thickness: 5.5 mm; Weight: 144 g
An iron tsuba of mokko form with rough waves meticulously carved in low relief and with gold, copper, and silver sea shells inlaid in high relief on both sides. Slightly raised mimi. Unsigned. A very nice piece, a bit rusty.
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