AF21630 Tsuba:Hidenobu(Kao)


Ordering number: AF21630
Tsuba:(NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Paper)
Mei(signature): Hidenobu(Kao)

Length:7.59cm x 6.85cm(2.98inches x 2.69inches)
Thickness of rim:0.39cm(0.15inches)
Jidai(era): The Edo period

Special feature: On Aori-Mokko-shaped polished iron Tsuba, willow and egret are engraved with color-inlay. The rim is Uchikaeshi.

From Aoi Art: Hidenobu is a young signature of Toumei. He was originally called Yoshinoshin, born in Kyoto as the first son of a family of renting business. He became a pupil of Goto Tojo at the age of 13, and he was approved to use kanji of “東”, one letter from his master Tojo(東乗), and started to call himself as Toumei(東明). Later he became a pupil under Goto Ichijo and trained hard enough to be allowed to use the name of “Issai” as a metalsmith.

NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Paper
AOI estimation paper
In Kiri box.

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