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Language: Japanese
Source: Antique object

Hisayuki (久隨) was active before 1781 and a student of a certain Murakoshi Shigeyuki who was an assistant samurai.1 Both worked in the Hamano style.

Hisayuki worked in soft metal (kinko) and often depicted figures of Chinese mythology.

Hisayuki signature

Signature of Hisayuki (久隨) on a Japanese fuchi or "ferrule".

Work by Hisayuki

Fuchi (ferrule) and kashira (pommel cap) by Hisayuki.

1. Haynes, Robert E.; The Index of Japanese Sword Fittings and Associated Artists, Nihon Art Publishers. 2001. For Hisayuki see H 01571.0. For Shigeyuki see H 08613.



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