Japanese Shakudo and Mixed Metal Tsuba – Iwamoto Konkan (1744-1801)

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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this exceptionally fine Edo Period 1615-1868 ,mixed metal artist signed Tsuba ( sword hand guard), the well recorded artist Iwamoto Konkan has painstakingly manufactured a solid shakudo Tsuba that displays a large gold spiny lobster and small copper shrimp upon the finest possible hand hammered nanako ground, to the reverse is a mixed metal fern , the rear artist signed Konkan with Kao, suggested as school of Iwamoto Konkan 1744-1801, an important artist working in Tokyo in the Edo period, suggested date circa 1780, another exceptionally fine quality piece of Japanese mixed metal work that would grace any serious collection.

Provenance : 

Russian private collection.

Condition report : 

Fine condition throughout with expected age related wear from mounting.

Approximate Sizes : 

Height : 2 15/16″  7.5 cm

Width :  2 13/16″  7.2 cm

Depth :  3/8″        0.8 cm

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