Top quality NBTHK certified antique Japanese Kozuka (小柄)

Gold and Silver hand work.

Buddhist Chattra (छत्र),

NBTHK certified antique Japanese Edo period Kozuka 小柄 (Kogatana 小刀 or small sword handle)

Shakudo 赤銅 alloy fine traditional work with highrelief of Gold and Silver

Iroe ancient traditional Japanese technique depicted a Buddhist Chattra (छत्र),

Chattra symbolizes the powerful and transformative nature of spiritual awakening and also is an auspicious symbol representing protection against all evil.

Age: Edo period 江戸時代 also called Tokugawa period 徳川時代

Official Japanese certification of the Nihon Bijutsu Token Hozon Kyokai 日本美術刀剣保存協会 (NBTHK)

Excellent conservation, very light patina appropiate at the centuries antiquity that embellishes this piece of rare quality and very old, there is no damage or any lack. Please watch detailed pictures and ask me any if you want question of course

Kozuka measures: 9,4 x 1,4 x 0,4 cm.
Box measures: 14,5 x 8,5 x 2,9 cm.


Old Japanese Honoki (Hinoki 檜 Japanese Cypress) wood collector box included



Ref.: Kozuka 326

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