|Pseudonym reading||Each butterfly is|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||March 4, 1975|
|location||Morioka City Ueda Matsuyashiki|
|home page||Iwate Prefectural Museum (鐔)
Iwate Prefectural Museum
MORIOK Sumi Tachibana Koiezo.
Vertical 8.1 cm.
7.6 cm wide.
Thickness 0.7 cm.
Iron ground, triangle shape.
A small ear with a small back cover, flatly lower the surface, skillfully draw the flower and the butterfly flying on it using techniques such as engraving, lowering and thread-watermarking, and further petal, stem or butterfly wings It is decorated with gold inlays and crystal inlays, and has a vase.
Produced at the end of the Edo period.
The author, Tachibana Takaya, is a holding acupuncturist of Morioka, whose surname is Ozawa and Ishiro, and has lived in Yatsukamachi.
This kite is strong in creation, excellent in technique, elegant and dignified in design, and is a representative of Takaya.