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Black and red lacquer Gunpai (General’s war fan) Edo period, 19th century The broad paddle mounted on a short handle and decorated in gold and silver hiramakie with a sun and a crescent moon and the characters Tenka taihei (Universal peace), and the heraldic crests of the Tokugawa family in various sizes against a black-lacquer ground on the reverse, the handle lacquered black and decorated with additional Tokugawa crests, gilt-copper hardware carved with scrolling vines on a nanako ground.

explodingrocks: “ Black and red lacquer Gunpai (General’s war fan) Edo period, century, Japan The broad paddle mounted on a short handle and decorated in gold and silver hiramakie with a sun and.

Gunpai (General's war fan), Edo period, 19th century, broad paddle mounted on a short handle and decorated in gold and silver hiramakie with a sun and a crescent moon and the characters Tenka taihei (Universal peace), and the heraldic crests of the Tokugawa family in various sizes against a black-lacquer ground on the reverse, the handle lacquered black and decorated with additional Tokugawa crests, gilt-copper hardware carved with scrolling vines on a nanako ground 19 5/8in (49.5cm) long.

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Samurai Kabuto, or simply Kabuto, the helmet of samurai, is said to be the most important, creative and valuable part of the entire Japanese.

Black and red lacquer Gunpai (General’s war fan) Edo period, 19th century The broad paddle mounted on a short handle and decorated in gold and silver hiramakie with a sun and a crescent moon and the characters Tenka taihei (Universal peace), and the heraldic crests of the Tokugawa family in various sizes against a black-lacquer ground on the reverse, the handle lacquered black and decorated with additional Tokugawa crests, gilt-copper hardware carved with scrolling vines on a nanako ground

explodingrocks: “ Black and red lacquer Gunpai (General’s war fan) Edo period, century, Japan The broad paddle mounted on a short handle and decorated in gold and silver hiramakie with a sun and.

Gunpai (General's war fan), Edo period, 19th century, uchiwa shape and decorated in red and silver lacquer against a bright kinji ground with a sun on one side and a full moon on the other, the borders banded with silver edging ending in decorative scroll flourishes and a collar, tip and base all carved with Tokugawa family crests and scrolling vines, handle lacquered black and wrapped with bamboo 16 3/4in (42cm) long

explodingrocks: “ Gold lacquer Gunpai (General’s war fan) Edo period, century Uchiwa shape and decorated in red and silver lacquer against a bright kinji ground with a sun on one side and a full.

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Japanese Blade Shapes through the ages chart. >> This is a fascinating chart, especially for a history buff like myself.

Gunpai (General's war fan), Edo period, 19th century, small fan constructed of wood and lacquered glossy black and designed in red, gold and black hiramakie with circular configurations of the signs of the animals of the zodiac on one side and a calender with the phases of the moon centered by a Sanskrit character on the other, the handle decorated with three heraldic crests of lattice fences, fitted with copper reishi fungus-shaped hardware carved with dragons, 17in (43.1cm) long.

Gunpai (General's war fan), Edo period, century, small fan constructed of…

Gunbai - War fan  Gunbai (Gumbai), Gunpai (Gumpai) or dansen uchiwa (軍配?) were large solid open fans that could be solid iron, metal with wooden core, or solid wood, which were carried by high-ranking officers.[4] They were used to ward off arrows, as a sunshade, and to signal to troops.

Gunbai - War fan Gunbai (Gumbai), Gunpai (Gumpai) or dansen uchiwa (軍配?) were large solid open fans that could be solid iron, metal with wooden core, or solid wood, which were carried by high-ranking officers.[4] They were used to ward off arrows, as a sunshade, and to signal to troops.

A LACQUERED WOOD UCHIWA FAN-Japan, Edo period (early 19th century). Height 43.5 cm. Wood decorated with lacquer, raden inlays and partial gilding.

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Bonhams 1793 : An elegant black lacquer gunpai (General's war fan) Edo period, 19th century

Bonhams 1793 : An elegant black lacquer gunpai (General's war fan) Edo period…

OGATA Kōrin(尾形 光琳 Japanese, 1658-1716)  On one side Narihira and the pilgrim; on the other,chrysanthemums and a brook  late 17th- early 18th century  Ink, color and gold on paper

On one side Narihira and the pilgrim; on the other,chrysanthemums and a brook late early century Ogata Korin, (Japanese, Edo period

A LACQUERED WOOD UCHIWA FAN-Japan, Edo period (early 19th century). Height 43.5 cm. Wood decorated with lacquer, raden inlays and partial gilding.

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Naruse Daimyo Jinbaori by Rekishi no Tabi, via Flickr

This surcoat (jinbaori), which was worn over samurai armor, belonged to one of the Naruse daimyo. The Naruse family ruled Inuyama during the Edo Period

沒有空調電扇 古人有哪些消暑神器? - 新三才

沒有空調電扇 古人有哪些消暑神器? - 新三才

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