Samurai armor
 

This scroll shows an armor from the sengoku era (1482-1568) which has - for exhibition purposes - placed on a storage chest (gusoku bitsu). The crest on the breastplate indicates that it could be an armor of the Ando family, daimyô of Tanabe in the Kii province. In the middle of their mon they had ascending wisteria. In the foreground there is a stand with two swords as well as a war fan (gunbi).
Despite the fact that it looks gloomy, it is a very impressive kagemono.

Honshi: Handpainted on linen fabric.
Artist: Unknown.
Date: Indefinite
Length: approx. 153 cm
Width: approx. 41 cm
Material chûmawashi: Brocade silk
Material honshi: Linen
Material ichimonji: Brocade silk
Material tenchi: Silk
Material of the endpieces (jikusaki): Bones
Condition: Good, fresh colours, some rolling traces (wrinkles). Some wormholes in the upper era of the ten. The edges are in places slightly damaged. Overall a good scroll.

This image may slightly vary in colour to the original - due to the photo/scan.

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Article no.: 70599
approx. 500 grams
status 98.00 €
incl. VAT, additionally shipping
 
Quantity:  St