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Edo period kotsuzumi (small tabor) old body with shell maki-e (shell maki-e)
An old kotsuzumi (small drum) body. The maki-e lacquer decoration is from the Edo period. The tsutsutsu itself is thought to date back further. The inside of the drum is decorated with eleven planes. The leather is old leather (nushido) from the Showa period or later. Comes with a black lacquered paulownia outer box and inner box.
One of the attached leathers is broken. The maki-e has fallen off a little.
The weight of the body is 351 grams.
Maki-e is so called "Shells and Shellfish". Various kinds of shells and starfish are decorated. The exquisite planing on the surface is also beautiful.
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