Mei (signature) : Omori Hidetoshi Kao
Fuchi Length : 3.28 cm x 1.80 cm x 0.82 cm ( 1.29 inchs x 0.71 inches x 0.32 inches)
Kashira Length : 1.22 cm x 3.82 cm x 2.23 cm ( 0.48 inchs x 1.50 inches x 0.88 inches)
Jidai(era) : Edo Period
Special feature : Shakudo nanakoji plate with Shishi and peony design engraved and inlaid with gold, silver and copper.
Oomori Teruhide was a craftsman who lived in Edo.
He was a nephew of Terumasa, and he established Omori school.
He lived around Asakusa and Yanagibashi in Edo, and he was called Kisoji.
He was born in 1730 and he passed away in 1798 when he was 69 years old.
AOI estimation paper
In Kiri box.