Okegawa Do Tosei Gusoku. Late Edo Period, 19th century
Thirty-two-plate suji bachi kabuto with itamono komanju jikoro, to the front a gilded wood maedate in the form of a stylised yama kanji. The do of okegawa yokohagi style with the muneita and waki ita in gilded roughened lacquer and with a copy of the maedate painted on the front in red. On the back of the do a sashimono of a large tuft of black hair above red rasha tassels. A simple hanbo mask, chu sode, shino gote, karuta gane haidate and tsutsu suneate. Lacquered black overall and laced in dark blue sugake odoshi. The yodarekake and kusazuri edged with fur.