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THE PROPERTY OF A FRENCH COLLECTOR

AN IRON KABUTO [HELMET] SIGNED MYOCHIN YOSHINORI, EDO PERIOD, 17TH CENTURY
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THE PROPERTY OF A FRENCH COLLECTOR

AN IRON KABUTO [HELMET] SIGNED MYOCHIN YOSHINORI, EDO PERIOD, 17TH CENTURY
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AN IRON KABUTO [HELMET] SIGNED MYOCHIN YOSHINORI, EDO PERIOD, 17TH CENTURY
of 62 plates with riveted mabisashi [peak], gilt fukurin, the fukigaeshi [turnbacks], decorated in stencilled leather with dragonflies, four-tier shikoro, copper-gilt tehan kanemono, the accompanying half mask (menpo) of the style introduced by Myochin Yoshimichi
數量: 2
37.5 cm., 14 3/4  in. wide.
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The Myochin familiy seem to have been makers of horse equipment during the Muromachi period and then became armourers in the late 16th century. In 1680, Myochin Munesuke (1642–c.1731) published a genealogy of the family, the Myochin Rekidai Zokufu with a list of supposed ancestors. From then on, the family flourished forming branch schools in the provinces.

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