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Tsuba:Seiryuken Enju(gold stamp)

Ordering Number:F24229

Inscription: Seiryuken Enju(gold stamp)

Dimensions: 7.15 cm x 6.83 cm (2.82 in x 2.69 in)
Thickness of rim: 0.37cm (0,15 in)
Weight: 128 g

Era: the Edo period
Features: On the round iron plate, a skull is engraved . This is a hefty tsuba weighing over 120 grams.

From Aoi Art:Seiryuken Eiju was a metalsmith in Edo period, who made his career flourishly in Settsu(today Osaka). He was originally a disciple of Tetsugendo Shoraku Naoshige and called himself also as Tetsugendo, but later they broke up their relationship and went back to home, and renamed himself as Eiju.

In Kiri box
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Price:210,000 JPY-.

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