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PRODUCT 【NEW】 Soroikanagu Set Otsuryuken Miboku
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NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Certificate

【NEW】 Soroikanagu Set Otsuryuken Miboku
Insect Motif

Details

  • Tsuba Height 7.74㎝

    Width 7.42㎝

  • Front Menuki Length 3.99㎝

    Reverse Menuki Length 3.59㎝

  • Kurigata Length 3.35㎝

    Width 1.56㎝

  • Fuchi Height 1.38㎝

    Length 3.83㎝

  • Kashira Length 3.46㎝

    Width 2.13㎝

【NEW】 Soroikanagu Set Otsuryuken Miboku
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PRICE JP¥2,300,000-
NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Certificate

Tsuba and Fuchi Signed Otsuryuken Miboku
Menuki Split Signature of “Mi” and “Boku”
Kurigata Signed Miboku
Kashira Reverse Signature Miboku


This set is by the fourth master of the Hamano School Masanobu whose original family name was Ooka. He also had the name Kihachiro. Masanobu apprenticed under Nobuyuki, eventually becoming his adopted son, and in 1793 at the age of 21, he ascended to become the fourth mainline master taking on the hereditary name Tarobei. The date of his death is unknown, however there is an extant tsuba signed “Otsuryuken Miboku age 72” which would indicate that he lived at least until the Kouka period which started in 1844.
This set combines a mixture of materials including iron, shakudo, shibuichi, and suaka, and stands out among Hamano work, well representing the skill of Masanobu.
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