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Edo Aori shape iron Tsuba with Shishi carved engraved with gold color

Edo On the round shape iron Tsuba, arrows are engraved.

Edo On the round shape iron Tsuba, arrows are engraved.

EDO   BIG Tsuba "Swallows"

Détails sur Superb Japanese Edo 18-19th C SAMURAI Antique Big Tsuba "Swallows" C051

A lovely, antique Japanese, iron tsuba (samurai sword guard) from the Edo era, decorated with swallows in silver, gold and shakudo

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Fuchi-kashira with designs of courtier and assailant, and oni running away with Shoki's banner. Edo period–Meiji era mid to late 19th century - Nara Toshinaga (Japanese, 1667–1736) http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/fuchi-kashira-with-designs-of-courtier-and-assailant-and-oni-running-away-with-shokis-banner-15912

Fuchi-kashira with designs of courtier and assailant, and oni running away with Shoki& banner

Tsuba with design of dragon and waves  Japanese Edo period mid-18th century Yatabe Michinaga (Japanese Japanese), School Mito School (Japanese, 18th through 20th century)

Tsuba with design of dragon and waves Japanese Edo period century Yatabe Michinaga (Japanese Japanese), School Mito School (Japanese, through century)

Hashimoto Isshi (1820-1896) Tsuba with chiseled sakura motif and gold inlaids. http://kamiizumi.tumblr.com/image/86449912799

Hashimoto Isshi (1820-1896) Tsuba with chiseled sakura motif and gold inlaids. http://kamiizumi.tumblr.com/image/86449912799

Antique mokko dragon carved iron tsuba for sale

Antique Iron Tsuba Dragon Edo Era Japanese Samurai Sword Guard Mokko #1429

Sword Guard (Tsuba)Date: ca. 1615–1868 Culture: Japanese Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold, copper Dimensions: H. 2 13/16 in. (7.1 cm); W. 2 11/16 in. (6.8 cm); thickness 3/8 in. (1 cm); Wt. 5.5 oz. (155.9 g)

Sword Guard (Tsuba)Date: ca. Culture: Japanese Medium: Copper-gold alloy (shakudō), gold, copper Dimensions: H.

Tsuba with design of dragons and clouds | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Tsuba with design of dragons and clouds. Edo period early to century - Kawaji Tomochika (Japanese, died in Chôshû School.

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