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Very old set consisting of Tsuba, Tanto, and Yari (MGJ514)
Very old set consisting of Tsuba, Tanto, and Yari in custom box. Possibly pre-Kamakura.
Pair of Iron Tsubas (MGJ495)
Pair of Iron Tsubas. Signed: Masa Kane? Not a true dai-sho but suitable for mounting. Unusual carving with gold highlights. One has shakudo rim.
Iron Sukashi Tsuba (MGJ441)
Iron Sukashi Tsuba. Mokko Gata shape. Slightly raised rim. Good quality iron. Kantaisho or certificate issued by N.B.T.H.K. Unsigned.
Iron Tsuba (J434)
Iron Tsuba. Water dragon in turbulent water with gold highlights. Reverse decorated with bamboo also with gold highlights. Signed in Sosho (grass writing): Kawamura Jakushi Hizen province. Genroku or circa 1688. Nunome Zogan...
Iron Dai-Sho Tsuba (MGJ429)
Iron Dai-Sho Tsuba. Basket weave pattern. Maru Gata shape (round). Remnant of gold kao on Sho. Dai is 2 15/16” (7.5cm); Sho is 2 ¾” (7.1cm).
Kinko Tsuba and Fuchi Kashira (MGJ344)
Kinko Tsuba and Fuchi Kashira. Shakudo with gold. Angular designs. Similar to fret-work.
Kinko Dai-Sho Tsubas (MGJ325)
Kinko Dai-Sho Tsubas. Shakudo nanako ground. Motif of water dragons with gold highlights. Moko Gata shape. Rims have gold plate. Dai vertical measurement is 3 3/16” (8.1cm); Sho vertical measurement is 2 15/16”...
Iron Dai-Sho Tsubas (MGJ324)
Iron Dai-Sho Tsubas. A pair of rounded square Sukashi Tsubas decorated with 4 circular roundels. Surface inlaid with brass vines and wires. Late Muromachi, possibly Heinajo School.
Iron Dai-Sho Tsubas (MGJ323)
Iron Dai-Sho Tsubas. Sukashi. Circular with rats with tails. Unsigned. Sho is 3” (7.7cm) in diameter; Dai is 3 3/16” (8.1cm) in diameter. Nice carving.
Kinko Tsuba (MGJ309)
Kinko Tsuba. Motif of foliage with cricket and dragonfly. Unsigned. Excellent condition. Gold highlights. Fine carving. Tanto sized.
Iron Dai-Sho Tsuba (MGJ308)
Iron Dai-Sho Tsuba. Sukashi with commas. Unsigned. Dai diameter is 1 16/16” (7.2cm); Sho diameter is 2 ¾” (7cm). Good condition.
Iron Tsuba (MGJ306)
Iron Tsuba. Motif of falling leaves with gold and copper highlights. Nice patina.
Iron Tsuba (MGJ304)
Iron Tsuba. Village scene with trees, sailing boats on water and trees. No Hitsu Ana, which is rare. Probably mid-Muromachi. 3 7/16” (4.6cm) diameter. Katana size.
Iron Dai-Sho Tsuba (MGJ300)
Iron Dai-Sho Tsuba. Sukashi with Blossoms. Comes with custom box.
Iron Dai-Sho Tsuba (MGJ299)
Iron Dai-Sho Tsuba. Village scene set in mountain side, with river below and mountains above. Signed: Choshu Tomo Hisa.
Iron Tsuba (MGJ298)
Iron Tsuba. Mokko iron plate with Tsuchime ground and hammered rim. Pierced with an ax blade. Surface decorated with flowering vines, with wood box inscribed with an attestation by Sato Kanzan. This Nobuie worked in Kaga...
Iron Dai-Sho Tsuba (MGJ297)
Iron Dai-Sho Tsuba. Sukashi with Cherry Blossoms.
Iron Sukashi Tsuba (MGJ278)
Iron Sukashi Tsuba. Circular pierced with curling tendrils and flush inlay with leafy tendrils in brass. 3 7/16” (8.8cm) dimeter. Katana size. 16th-17th Century.
Iron Tsuba (MGJ277)
Iron Tsuba. Brass inlay of Hollyhock. Leaves and tendrils, possibly Heianjo School. 3 ½” (8.5cm) diameter. 16th – 17th Century. Katana size.
Iron Tsuba (MGJ276)
Iron Tsuba. Very thick Katana sized. Signed: Kuni Hiro, possibly Bushu.
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