Tsuba:(NBTHK Hozon Paper)
Mei (signature) : Mumei(Tetsugendo School)
Length : 6.76cm x 6.28cm ( 2.66inches x 2.47inches)
Thickness of rim: 0.4cm( 0.16inches)
Jidai(era) : Edo Period
Special feature:Mokko shape iron tsuba with shakudo nanakoji plate engraved. A summer afternoon shower scene is engraved and inlaid with gold, silver and copper. The origin of Tetsugendo is Okamoto Shoraku who was one of the top three metal smith in Kyoto.
NBTHK Hozon Paper
AOI estimation paper
In Kiri box.