Samurai Armor Edo Period Japan
The maetate, the front ornament symbolizes a rampant dragon.
From the golden emblem of the flower with four petals, we deduce that the armor derives from the school of armor of the Clan Sanada, in the city of Ueda - Japan, stronghold of the Clan during the entire Edo period.
The armor has been cleaned and is in excellent condition, all the components are original, the box is made of red lacquer wood with harnesses and forged iron handles.
Measurements: 162 cm Height
Edo Period: around the beginning of the XVIII century, original.
Recall that this exceptional armor has been preserved for generations by a family of Tokyo, collectors and lovers of tradition and samurai culture, the purchase was not easy since the Japanese culture declines the sale beyond the border of their rare and precious armor, belonged to the brave warriors.
The relative certificate of origin and authenticity will be issued to the purchaser.
Personalized payments - Worldwide shipping.
Mr Sergio Schina
La Corte degli Ulivi Gallery -