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Ryoun Michiyoshi, Tsuba in the form of an octopus, mid-19th century (source).

Tsuba in the form of an octopus Japanese, Edo Period, century By Ryoun Michiyoshi, Japanese School Kyoto School.

Sword Guard (Tsuba)  Date:19th century Culture:Japanese Medium:Copper, gold, copper-gold alloy (shakudō), enamel Dimensions:Diam. 3 3/16 in. (8.1 cm)

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Sword Guard (Tsuba) |  Date: ca. 1615–1868 |  Medium: Copper alloy (sentoku), enamel, silver, copper

fishstickmonkey: “ Sword Guard (Tsuba) Date: ca. Culture: Japanese Medium: Copper alloy (sentoku), enamel, silver, copper Metropolitan Museum of Art ”

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tsuba Like & Repin. Noelito Flow. Noel  Panda http://www.instagram.com/noelitoflow

tsuba Like & Repin. Noelito Flow. Noel Panda http://www.instagram.com/noelitoflow

Tsuba with design of Bishamon and centipede. Early 19th century. Yanagawa Naoharu, Japanese, born in 1750  http://educators.mfa.org/tsuba-gallery-184603?page=1

Tsuba with design of Bishamon and centipede. Yanagawa Naoharu, Japanese, born in 1750

Tsuba with design of crane and minogame | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Tsuba with design of crane and minogame. Meiji era Late century (before Kôgyokusai Kazuhisa (Mito School)

Sentoku tsuba, Futen releasing the storm - Konhan shunsho do signature

free-form sentoku tsuba with a frenzied copper-patinated Futen .

Tsuba in the Shape of a Lotus Leaf  Toshimitsu (Japanese) (Artist)

Tsuba (sword guard) in the Shape of a Lotus Leaf The body of this tsuba is formed in the shape of a lotus leaf. Along the right edge is a second lotus leaf and a lotus flower is at the lower right.

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