Bohams to put a $2.46m beards and dragons Japanese armor under the hammer

Japan is known for its intricate designs on armors made as early as the 18th to 19th century. And in a bit to celebrate the Japanese splendor, Bonhams is all set to bring under the hammer some Fine Japanese Art. One of the major crowd pullers is exceptional Mogami does tosei gusoku armor from the Edo Period. The colorful beards and dragon armor spots different hues like white, scarlet, black, blue, orange, and gold work for a theatrical look.

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Crafted in textures such as black lacquer, doeskin, white fur, gilded paper, copper, and iron, the armor piece is touted to sell around $2.46 millions.
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