With an aged patina on our silver metals, our new Mitsudomoe tsuba is inspired in the Azuchi-Momoyama period. This reporoduction of the 16th century tsuba is kept at the Tokyo National Museum. This traditional handguard features unique beauty found in the colour of iron rust: Aiki Trend has tried to capture the texture of iron at the tsuchimeji (joint) and in the roughness of the thick shape it has.
This silver piece is hand cut in top quality 925 silver from Peru. This stylish piece is part of one of favourite symbols which is the Mitsudomoe, representing man, heaven and earth in unity.
This piece is available in a limited edition.