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a detail of Tsuba (sword guard) made by ISHIGURO Koreyoshi (the end of Edo period: 1800s), Japan 石黒是美

Artistic details of a tsuba (sword guard) made by ISHIGURO Koreyoshi (the end of Edo period: Japan 石黒是美

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* Koi carp tsuba from 1615 - Japan. Iron, copper-gold alloy (shakudō) with gold and copper inlay.

58 Japanese Tsuba Designs | Takumi Warrior

A painting so excited to hear "tell" world of origin, Shibayama inlay "collar of the swords" during the Edo period 芝山象嵌-鍔/tsuba Japanese sword mountings

Tsuba (sword guard) with design of camellias, Japanese, Edo period, early to mid-18th century

Tsuba (sword guard) with design of camellias (tsubaki) , Japanese, Edo period, early to century

Tsuba with design of dragon and clouds Japanese, Edo Period, early to mid-19th century, MFA

Tsuba (katana sword guard) with design of dragon and clouds Japanese, Edo Period, early to century, MFA

Japanese Edo period Armor (Gusoku), c. 16th - 18th centuries    Lacquered iron, mail, silk, copper-gilt

Armor (Gusoku), and centuries; Edo period Japanese Lacquered iron, mail, silk, copper-gilt (I looked at a lot of armor in Tokyo museum)

Samurai Crests great for graphic or embroidery patterns finally i found it :)

侍の芸術 (Arte Del Samurai)

Samurai crests / Japanese Kamon 家紋: Kamon are emblems used to identify a family (coats of arms) in Japan

Beautiful Tsuba

virtual-artifacts: “ Tsuba with design of birds and flowers Japanese Edo period century Ishiguro Koreyoshi, School Ishiguro School (Japanese) ”

Art-of-Swords-05.jpg 日本の刀の鍔の美しい装飾。上: 18世紀、左: 1615-1868 右: 1615-1868 下: 19世紀

古今東西の「刀剣」を集めた膨大なアーカイブ Art of Swords

Sword Guard (Tsuba) Inscribed by Washida Mitsunaka  (Japanese, born 1829

Sword Guard (Tsuba) Inscribed by Washida Mitsunaka (Japanese, born 1829

Ishiguro Masayoshi (1772-1852?) -  Tsuba with Bamboo and Scholar's Rock Design. Shakudo, Gold, Shibuichi and Copper. Edo Period, Early-Mid 19th Century. 2-7/8" x 2-5/8" (7.3cm x 6.7cm).

Sword Guard (Tsuba) Inscribed by Ishiguro Masayoshi (Japanese, Date: century Culture: Japanese Medium: Shakudo, gold, shibuichi, copper

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