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Edo 32 plates Suji Kabuto. Especially, this Kabuto’s Hachimanza is fantastic. Gold colored inside the Kabuto and vermillion lacquered inside Mayu Hisash
120 ken suji bachi kabuto.
120 ken (plate) suji bachi kabuto.
32 plate suji bachi kabuto inscribed Myochin Nobuie and dated 1532, detail view of the haraidate.
62 plate suji bachi kabuto by Saotome Iyenari.
120 ken suji bachi kabuto, by Neo Masatsugu.
62 plate ko-boshi suji bachi kabuto, these were first produced during the 16th century, continuing to be made until the 19th century. Among the earliest is one by Yasushige of Kozuke province dated 1571 and another by Narikuni of the same province presented to Torii Mototada in 1582. They soon gained the nickname daikon oroshi or ‘radish graters’. This example is unsigned but has some features, which suggest it may be the work of a smith called Nagamichi, or possibly one of his pupils.
Kabuto.
62 plate ko-boshi suji bachi kabuto, these were first produced during the 16th century, continuing to be made until the 19th century. Among the earliest is one by Yasushige of Kozuke province dated 1571 and another by Narikuni of the same province presented to Torii Mototada in 1582. They soon gained the nickname daikon oroshi or ‘radish graters’. This example is unsigned but has some features, which suggest it may be the work of a smith called Nagamichi, or possibly one of his pupils.
20 plate o-boshi suji bachi kabuto, Kamakura period, 1185-1333, russet iron finish with 162 standing rivets (Hoshi) within iron plates (ken), gradually reducing in size to the top of each plate.
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