A set of six kozuka inside a three-tiered wood box, each compartment split into two further compartments and lined with fine fabric and fitted perfectly to hold the kozuka. They depict various scenes such as a a Shishi amongst peony, lucky gods, a ferocious dragon, a treasure ship, an image of Shoki and a samurai scene. The materials are copper, gold and silver. The lid with a piece of fabric with a slightly worn inscription.
HEIGHT of box 6.1 cm
Condition: The box in good condition. The kozuka are in good condition with associated wear.
Provenance: From the collection of Alexander Popov in Novi Sad, Kingdom of Serbia, acquired between 1900-1920.