Kozuka

Exceptional Swords and fittings

Passionate for quality, dedicated to the preservation of fine, exceptional Japanese swords and fittings whilst safeguarding these treasures for future generations.

Fisherman in his boat by

Yanagawa Haruhide

Solid gold Nanakoji

£1550

Hotei and Child with hi turtle

£550

Ishiguro water scene Kozuka

£750

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£600

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£650

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£650

Prowling Tiger Kozuka

HOLD

Insect Basket weave kozuka

£450

Hoho bird and Peonies Kozuka Goto Mitsutaka (Enjo)

£650

Bird and Boat Kozuka

by Goto Mitsuyoshi

£750

Monkey Scroll Kozuka

Goto Teijo

HOLD

 

Gold and Silver Spiders web Kozuka

Hold

Goto kozuka of a Hoho bird and kiri by Mitsu

£450

Kozuka by Goto Hidenobu

£550

Maple leaf Kozuka

£550

Fukurokuju and Crane Kozuka

HOLD

Jumonji Yari and Kabuto Kozuka

£450

Kaga Goto kozuka with Solid gold and silver Shishi and Peonies

£700

Raijin Kozuka with Kao

Raijin in clouds with drums for thunder

£850

Kozuka with Ogi Kamon by

Kamata Noritoshi

Hitachi no Kuni, Mito Ju, Edo Jidai Koki

£600

Goto Shakudo Shishi kozuka by Goto Junjo 後藤順乗, Junjo Mitsuaki (1636-1700) was the first head of the Goto Gonbei family and lived in Edo. The son of Seijo Mitsunaga he was named Gonbe

£750

Pine seedling Kozuka

Nebiki no matsu were in ancient Japan believed to bring longevity and happiness

£350

 

Minamoto Yoshitsune

Goto Kozuka

£450

Cherry and Tori gate kozuka

Matching Fuchi Kashira and Menuki Available

£300

Kozuka by Hamano Naoyuki

and dated

HOLD

Details to follow

£800

Details to follow

£650

Tiger and Bamboo Kozuka

by Masanaga and Kao

HOLD

Shoki kozuka

Details to follow

£650

Kozuka by Ishiguro Teruaki Student of Masaaki

HOLD

Ikebana Kozuka

Yokoya Soyo

£800

Ikebana Kozuka Goto

£350

Ishiguro Deer Kozuka

£650

Ikebana Kozuka Ultra fine Nanakoji

£650

Three Kingdoms Kozuka

By Hamano Naoyuki

HOLD

 

To see a World in a Grain of Sand And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand And Eternity in an hour.

 

Average items will always be average, but exceptional will always be desired and cherished. It's all about the nanako :)