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Black and gold lacquer Gusoku. Edo period, 18th-19th century.Momonari kabuto lacquered russet brown and mounted with a five-lame shikoro, the maedate a large gold-lacquered wood circle; menpo lacquered black and applied with an animal-hair mustache and chin tuft and fitted with a three-lame yodarekake; the cuirass a nuinobe-do lacquered black and laced in hishinui knots and fitted with seven sections of five-lame kusazuri; chu-sode; chain mail kote with tekko lacquered black; Etchu haidate…

Black and gold lacquer Gusoku. Edo period, 18th-19th century.Momonari kabuto lacquered russet brown and mounted with a five-lame shikoro, the maedate a large gold-lacquered wood circle; menpo lacquered black and applied with an animal-hair mustache and chin tuft and fitted with a three-lame yodarekake; the cuirass a nuinobe-do lacquered black and laced in hishinui knots and fitted with seven sections of five-lame kusazuri; chu-sode; chain mail kote with tekko lacquered black; Etchu haidate…

Tachi do tosei gusoku armour. Armour, late Edo Period, 19th century; Kabuto, mid Edo Period, late 17th c. Thirty-two-plate za boshi kabuto in russet-iron, a five-stage mixed metal tehen kanaono and the suji and edge of the tosei mabisashi covered with gilt fukurin, mounted on the mabisashi is a small kuwagata dai and kuwagata above which is a demon maedate; a five-lame Hineno jikoro of iron kiritsuke kozane, menpo russet-lacquered, the moustache indicated as silver lacquer and silvered…

Tachi do tosei gusoku armour. Armour, late Edo Period, 19th century; Kabuto, mid Edo Period, late 17th c. Thirty-two-plate za boshi kabuto in russet-iron, a five-stage mixed metal tehen kanaono and the suji and edge of the tosei mabisashi covered with gilt fukurin, mounted on the mabisashi is a small kuwagata dai and kuwagata above which is a demon maedate; a five-lame Hineno jikoro of iron kiritsuke kozane, menpo russet-lacquered, the moustache indicated as silver lacquer and silvered…

Takenaka Clan - blue laced Gusoku. Edo period (18th century)  Gusoku lacquered black and laced in blue with the lowest lame of each component lacquered gold with an ishime finish and decorated with gamboling Chinese lions or scrolling vines in black lacquer. The armor comprising of a fifty-six plate russet-iron hoshi-bachi; the mabi-sashi finished with gilt-copper fukurin carved with scrolling vines, the four-lame neck guard ending in black-lacquer fuki-gaeshi applied with gilt-copper…

Takenaka Clan - blue laced Gusoku. Edo period (18th century) Gusoku lacquered black and laced in blue with the lowest lame of each component lacquered gold with an ishime finish and decorated with gamboling Chinese lions or scrolling vines in black lacquer. The armor comprising of a fifty-six plate russet-iron hoshi-bachi; the mabi-sashi finished with gilt-copper fukurin carved with scrolling vines, the four-lame neck guard ending in black-lacquer fuki-gaeshi applied with gilt-copper…

Gold Lacquer Kabuto. 17th-18th century Sixty-two plate koboshi bachi kabuto lacquered red and surmounted with a three-stage gilt-copper chrysanthemum tehen kanamono, the bowl fitted with a five-lame Hineno-style shikoro ending in small fukigaeshi, lacquered black, black-lacquered iron hanbo fitted with a three-lame yodarekake; the cuirass a nimai yokohagi okegawa do lacquered gold and finished to a rough surface and applied with standing rivets patinated shakudo.

Gold Lacquer Kabuto. 17th-18th century Sixty-two plate koboshi bachi kabuto lacquered red and surmounted with a three-stage gilt-copper chrysanthemum tehen kanamono, the bowl fitted with a five-lame Hineno-style shikoro ending in small fukigaeshi, lacquered black, black-lacquered iron hanbo fitted with a three-lame yodarekake; the cuirass a nimai yokohagi okegawa do lacquered gold and finished to a rough surface and applied with standing rivets patinated shakudo.

Armor by Saotome Ietada, Edo period, circa 1690-1720, do, helmet and menpo in russet iron, accentuated with matching-russet lacquer components laced in blue kiritsuke lacing, sixty-two plate suji kabuto   bowl signed [ ] shu ju Saotome Ietada, silvered dragon maedate, menpo with a bristle mustache and gilt-iron teeth, ni-mai yokohagi okegawa do hinged at the top section and fitted with seven sections of five-lame kusazuri, o-sode, oda gote; kawara haidate, shino suneate.

Armor by Saotome Ietada, Edo period, circa 1690-1720, do, helmet and menpo in russet iron, accentuated with matching-russet lacquer components laced in blue kiritsuke lacing, sixty-two plate suji kabuto bowl signed [ ] shu ju Saotome Ietada, silvered dragon maedate, menpo with a bristle mustache and gilt-iron teeth, ni-mai yokohagi okegawa do hinged at the top section and fitted with seven sections of five-lame kusazuri, o-sode, oda gote; kawara haidate, shino suneate.

Iron Scale Composite Gusoku. Mid Edo Period, 17th-18th century  Black-lacquered…

Iron Scale Composite Gusoku. Mid Edo Period, 17th-18th century Black-lacquered…

Nimai-Dō Gusoku Armor with Dark Blue and Red Lacing, Edo period, 18th century. Iron, wood, leather, gold, and lacquer; H. of helmet bowl: 5 1/2 in. (13.9 cm); H. of cuirass: 13 3/4 in. (35 cm) Okazaki City Museum, Aichi Prefecture.

Nimai-Dō Gusoku Armor with Dark Blue and Red Lacing, Edo period, 18th century. Iron, wood, leather, gold, and lacquer; H. of helmet bowl: 5 1/2 in. (13.9 cm); H. of cuirass: 13 3/4 in. (35 cm) Okazaki City Museum, Aichi Prefecture.

Blue-laced Okegawa Do Gusoko. Edo period (18th century) Sixty-two-plate russet iron hoshi-bachi Kabuto, mounted with a long, gilt-wood kuwagata-style maedate, the wide mabisashi (brim) lacquered in black and gold with a dragon and clouds, the Okegawa do (cuirass formed of joined horizontal bands) of eight plates decorated in black, red and gold lacquer with a snarling dragon eyeing three butterflies on the munaita (upper breast plate), Japan. S)

Blue-laced Okegawa Do Gusoko. Edo period (18th century) Sixty-two-plate russet iron hoshi-bachi Kabuto, mounted with a long, gilt-wood kuwagata-style maedate, the wide mabisashi (brim) lacquered in black and gold with a dragon and clouds, the Okegawa do (cuirass formed of joined horizontal bands) of eight plates decorated in black, red and gold lacquer with a snarling dragon eyeing three butterflies on the munaita (upper breast plate), Japan. S)

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Blue Laced Black-lacquered Gusoku. 18th century Thirty-two plate suji kabuto with a four-stage shakudo and gilt-metal chrysanthemum tehen kanamono and a five-lame shikoro ending in fukigaeshi trimmed in “rope"  yokohagi okegawa hatomune do with standing rivets, fukurin, and applied with an outer pocket on the right side and with seven sections of five-lame kusazuri, the reverse with a bracket for a battle standard; chu sode; oda gote; Etchu haidate; shino suneate.

Blue Laced Black-lacquered Gusoku. 18th century Thirty-two plate suji kabuto with a four-stage shakudo and gilt-metal chrysanthemum tehen kanamono and a five-lame shikoro ending in fukigaeshi trimmed in “rope" yokohagi okegawa hatomune do with standing rivets, fukurin, and applied with an outer pocket on the right side and with seven sections of five-lame kusazuri, the reverse with a bracket for a battle standard; chu sode; oda gote; Etchu haidate; shino suneate.

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