Of lightly conical form, black lacquer painted with gold and silver, showing three vines, each with a bird, as well as a lustrous heraldic mon on the front side showing three stylized geese within a wide circle. Several tsurugi blades at the point as a symbol of war but executed in the style of the Chinese ken. There is no padding on the red-lacquered interior and the bands are new.
DIAMETER 40.5 cm
Condition: Chips and other damage.
Provenance: From a Hungarian private collection.