Iron Armor Plate

c. 1650
$2,880 USD SOLD
W: 10.0" D: 4.0" H: 16.0"
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This iron plate would once have been part of a larger suit of armor—it dates back to Japan’s Edo Period (AD 1603—1868). Japanese families often had their own special style of armor, so this plate may have been part of an ensemble designed for a particular family, and then fitted to an individual warrior. The iron plate is signed on the inside.

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