I'd like to share this tsuba with you and get your opinion about it:
I'm trying to verify the signature into the wakayama and I found these:
The seller, by describing the author says : "Sekijoken Oyoma Motozane is late edo artisan" and after that "Mototan Taiyama studied into the Nara School, in Edo and after being returned in Mito, he meshed different style like Nara, Hamano and Yokotani but he did really good work with the Akagiken School".
Said that, I tried to look for these two names and I found some references into the Wakayama.
I don't understand if we're talking of one man only or if there were two men that worked together on the same tsuba (so each of them signed on one side).
The tsuba sounds (and is magnetic) like iron. Measures: 8 x 7,6.
Any comment would be really appreciated,
Thanks for the help