Edo Period Nami-Zu Maru-Gata Tsuba Signed Tanshu-Ju Shinno



SKU: TSUBA-04 Category:
  • Period: Edo period (1603-1868)
  • Design: Nami-Zu (ocean wave)
  • Shape: Maru-Gata
  • Features: Sukashi (openwork)
  • Material: Iron
  • Width: 65.3mm
  • Height: 66.2mm
  • Thickness: 5.4mm
  • Weight: 78g
  • Signed: Shinno

Includes Kiri Wood Tsuba Box.

About Shinno:

Shinno (信之) was a well-known tsuba maker who lived in the Tanshu region of Japan during the Edo period. He was known for his skill in creating tsuba with intricate designs and fine details. Many of his tsuba featured natural motifs such as plants, animals, and landscapes, and were often made from iron, copper, or shakudo (an alloy of copper and gold).

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