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Samurai Kiseruzutsu

 

Antique Japanese Antler Sagemono
Two Samurai
Kiseruzutsu / Pipe Case
Signature: unsigned, 19th Century

H 9 in.(22cm), W 1 in.(2.5cm), D 1 in.(2.5cm)

Condition: minor imperfection

The kiseruzutsu was made to hold a long stemmed pipe along with a tonkotsu or tabako-ire. Like the inro or netsuke, it is suspended by a silk cord or tucked halfway inside an obi. They were the jewels of gentlemen commonly in use from the Tokugawa to the Meiji period. Concurrent with netsuke, their popularity gradually declined around the early Showa era. As shown in this stag antler pipe case of later time, which features an exquisite relief of two samurai deeply incised in bold strokes, one with a fan and the other a map in hand. In spite of a minor spongy antler fragmentation around the base, the sagemono is in very good condition.

Estimated Value: $300
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