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Japanese Helment (Kabuto) (MGJ746)
Japanese Helment (Kabuto). Myochin Suji Kabuto. Edo Period. Constructed of 62 plates and lacquered russet brown. The crown is decorated with four state spacers (Tehen Kanamono) of gilt copper. The bowl is fitted with a four...
Large Nuingbu Do (Cuirass) (MGJ744)
A large nuingbu do (Cuirass) constructed of leather scales done in ox blood colored lacquer with dark blue lacing accented by white and black mixed lacing. Edo period with armor chest. Chest is bound in old iron strapping...
Shakudo Ishime Ground (MGJ722)
Shakudo Ishime Ground. High relief village scene with tall trees with gold, copper, and silver and shakudo highlights. Unsigned.
Japanese Sword Stand for Dai-Sho (MGJ719)
Japanese Sword Stand for Dai-Sho. Scene depicts an encampment with curtains in various designs separating the palanquins. Beautiful lacquer work. Some edges in black need touch up. Very impressive dai-sho stand. $1250...
Abumi or Japanese Stirrups (MGJ718)
Abumi or Japanese Stirrups. Unrestored stirrups. Shakudo dot pattern of varying size. Shows actual wear from Shinto period.
Kinko Kodzuka (MGJ690)
Kinko Kodzuka. Polished copper ground. Shakudo robed figure with silver highlights carrying gold lantern. Shakudo bird in flight with gold eye and foot. Reverse has polished shakudo ground. Signed with Kao. Most interesting...
Kinko Kodzuka (MGJ689)
Kinko Kodzuka. Polished Shibuichi ground depicting a clouded moon in silver with a silver rabbit with a shakudo shadow!! Reverse is reeds in the wind.
Polished Shibuichi Ground (MGJ687)
Polished Shibuichi Ground. Insert has nanako ground with shakudo crab with silver stream. Unsigned. Reverse is decorated with alternating squares of silver and shakudo. Note: checkerboard pattern is separated from the...
Kinko Kozuka (MGJ680)
Kinko Kozuka. Shakudo nanako ground. Artist or scribe with brushes in copper, shakudo, silver and gold. Signed: Mitsu Toshi with Kao.
A Koduka and Two Sets of Wari Kogai (MGJ675)
A Koduka and Two Sets of Wari Kogai. 19th century (Edo) decorated with alternating squares of silver and shakudo inlays. Kodzuka has N.T.H.K. certificate (1979). Minor dent on reverse.
Copper Nanako Ground (MGJ658)
Copper Nanako Ground. Reverse is polished shakudo prayer bell with gold highlights. Silver paper prayer suspended from bell. Included is N.B.T.H.K. certificate from 1974. Unsigned.
Japanese Letter Opener (J407)
Japanese Letter Opener. Meiji period. Depicting 2 monkeys carrying basket of fruit while climbing a tree, all the while restraining a third monkey from climbing the same tree. Mixed metal with copper, brass, gold, and silver...
Japanese Letter Opener (J406)
Japanese Letter Opener. Meiji period. Unsigned. Blade is a running vine with leaves and fruit. Handle is a basket of flowers on a basket weave background with a dragonfly circling overhead. Reverse is of a butterfly in high...
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