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Pseudonym reading Tetsu Mokumeki Eki Katsuba
Specified type Prefecture designation
Type Craft
Designated date March 4, 1980
Specified details
quantity 1 sheet
location Morioka City Ueda Matsuyashiki
owner Iwate Prefecture
Holding group
Management organization
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.