|Pseudonym reading||Tetsu Mokumeki Eki Katsuba|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||March 4, 1980|
|location||Morioka City Ueda Matsuyashiki|
|home page||Iwate Prefectural Museum (鐔)|
MORIOK Sumi Tachibana Koiezo.
8.8 cm in height.
8.3 cm sideways.
Thickness 0.7 cm.
The iron ground is forged with wood grain, and it is scooped out like a chrysanthemum of chrysanthemum, and the whole is made into a vertical round chrysanthemum flower shape.
The ears are round and the layer is thick.
There are two holes in the bottom of the dew ball, showing a change in the design.
The inscription is "Morioka Sumi Tachibana Koiezo".
Produced at the end of the Edo period, the author is Takaya.
Although it is a simple design, the forging is precise and the forged grained skin is finely represented.
It is a masterpiece that shows one style of Takaya.