A NICE GROUP OF JAPANESE EDO PERIOD MIXED METAL FUCHI (SWORD FITTINGS)
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A NICE GROUP OF JAPANESE EDO PERIOD MIXED METAL FUCHI (SWORD FITTINGS)

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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer these lovely quality Edo period Mixed metal Fuchi (Japanese Sword fittings), The first is a Soten school Fuchi depicting a sage in a bamboo grove and signed Koshu Hikone Junin Nyodo Soten Sim, the second is a Shakudo Fuchi depicting a Gilt Crayfish on a Nanako ground ( un-signed ), The third is a Shibuichi Fuchi depicting a Mixed metal Warriors head, Signed to the underside, and finally another Soten school Fuchi Depicting a scene of Warriors beside a pavilion, signed Soheishi Nyudo Soten Sei.

 

Condition Report: –all in fine original condition.

 

Approximate sizes:

Length:  1.5″   3.7 cm

Width:   5/8″  2.2 cm

Height:  0.5″   1.2 cm

 

 

Free worldwide delivery and a certificate of authenticity are included within the price of this item.

 

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