Kinko Kodzuka. Polished shakudo ground. Man in boat holding pole with monkey on top with fan. Signed: Furukawa Tsune Yoshi with kao called Jochin 2nd half of 18th century Master of Katakiri Bori. Baur, P. 377.
Kinko Kodzuka. Robed figure holding a rooster. Gold, shakudo, and red highlights. Reverse has two roosters. Signed: Moto Nori (kao), pupil of Moto Zane II. Middle 19th Century. Worked in Mito of the Oyama family.
Kinko Kodzuka. Fukurokuju (god of wisdom and wealth) holding pearl of wisdom. Gold highlights. Signed: Nobu Yoshi (kao), studied under Hamano Yuki (1803-1885). Worked in Edo. Baur, P.392 (440). Kinko Meikan, P.353. Awarded titles of Hokkyo and Hogen.
Kinko Kodzuka. Polished shibuichi ground. Decorated with a painter astonished as a dragon comes to life from one of his paintings. High relief with silver and copper highlights. Copper back plate. Unsigned, but attributed to Mito School by Hozon Tosogu certificate from N.B.T.H.K.
Kinko Kodzuka. Shakudo stone ground. Motif of farmers in field with gold highlights. Signed: Hosono Sozaemon Masa Mori with kao (1656-1730): inventor of the combination of fine (Kebori) engraving with flat inlay. Worked in Kyoto P.460 Kinko Meikan, Baur, P.383/259.