Item: Large iron tsuba with shakudo and gold inlay with NBTHK Kicho Token attestationOrigin: JapanDate: Edo periodMaterials: Iron, gold, shakud?Height: 85.8 mm; Width: 80.7 mm; Thickness: 3.9 mm; Weight: 203 g
A rounded square tsuba of iron with rough surface is decorated with a carp (inlaid and carved in shakudo) in a stream, which is carved in iron. Seashells inlaid in gold. Unsigned. Tsuba comes with NBTHK "Kicho Token" paper: Precious.
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