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KO-KINKO TSUBA 1550 - 1600:

Ko-Kinko means old gold worker, and is usually applied to relatively ornate, early non-Goto, non-Mino shakudo and yamagane fittings. 

These guards are considered the work of specialist kodogu makers, although their names are not recorded. The prefix Ko denotes fittings made before the Edo period, Edo period is denoted by Kyo or Edo Kinko. While there is doubtless a wide variety in the quality of sanmai tsuba, these have received origami from the NBTHK attributing them to ko-kinko and dating Momoyama to early Edo period. 
The Ko-kinko workers should be subdivided into three groups: the Mino-Goto, the Ko-Goto (sometimes referred to as the Jidai-Goto), and the independant Ko-Kinko. 
The Ko-kinko worked in kawarigane (soft metal) of shakudo or yamagane in most cases. Their importance as artists within the historical context of the development of the soft metal tsuba makers cannot be neglected. The work of the ko-kinko was to last until the end of the Momoyama age. Tradition says that the Ko-Goto were the descendants of the Mino-Goto workers. There is little proof for this theory but it would seem to be true. There is some evidence that the inter-relationship of the ko-kinko workers was so strong that a clear distinction between the various subdivisions is almost impossible. More research is needed to clearly understand the ko-kinko.
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