Fuchi Kashira:Tetsugendo Shoraku(gold stamp)

Ordering number : F19233

Fuchi Kashira: (NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Paper)
Mei (signature) : Tetsugendo Shoraku(gold stamp)

Fuchi Length : 3.76 cm x  2.40 cm x 1.40 cm
( 1.48 inchs x 0.94 inches x 0.55 inches)
Kashira Length :  3.36 cm x 1.89 cm x 1.00 cm
( 1.32 inchs x 0.74 inches x 0.39 inches)

Jidai(era) :Edo Period

Special feature: On the iron plate, raptorial bird and monkey are engraved with gold inlay.
Tetsugendo is called Okamoto Genbei Toshiyuki and called Tetsugendo Syoraku well known craft man.
His subjects are iron plate and engraved very sharp painstaking work.
Tetsugendo Shoraku is a metal smith of Kyoto province.
He also called as Okamoto Genbei Toshiyuki was a student
of the Tetsuya Denbei Kuniharu and called Naoshige
Shoraku who passed away Anei 9 Nen(1780) His subjects are all iron plate
and called 3 famous craft men Ichinomiya Nagatsune, Ootsuki Mitsuyo 3 famous Kyoto craftmen.
We strongly recommend this marvelous Fuchikashira.

NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Paper
AOI estimation paper
In Kiri box.

Price : 350,000 JPY-. (including the shipping fee)

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