TOMOE SHRINE CREST
Metal 'Shinmon' (Shrine crest) attached on well-used wooden board, which is called 'Hidari Mitsudomoe' (Left threefold tomoe)
as a type of traditional 'Tomoe-mon' (Comma-like swirl crest) widely used in Shinto shrines and as a family emblem. Probably originally used for the dedication or as a part of building material of shrine.
Early Showa period, early 20th century, Japan.
approx. H 25cm (9.84in), W 36cm (14.17in), T 4cm (1.57in)
selected by Jinta
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