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Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1800 item #1465340 (stock #277)
Conservatoire Sakura
Very large iron tsuba representing a man riding a giant boar. This illustrates the story of a hunter who to defend his lord during a hunting party jumped on a boar, rode it, sat upside down and stabbed it to death. This brave hunter was called Nitan No Shiro and the action took place around Mount Fuji. The tsuba is in hammered iron, the drawings of the hunter and the boar are incised with a chisel, the hat of Nitan is inlaid in sentoku (copper) some details are in gilded bronze or gold...
Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1837 VR item #1465314 (stock #276)
Conservatoire Sakura
Tsuba in shakudo decorated with a floral basket flown over by butterflies. Inlays (Taka Zogan) in solid gold, in fact the flowers are not in gilded copper as usual but in cast solid gold. The nanako background is particularly regular and deep. The artist used gold of two shades, a pure yellow and a pale yellow probably due to the addition of platinum or silver. Anonymous despite the excellent quality. Japan 19th century or before. 76x4mm
Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1800 item #1465199 (stock #274)
Conservatoire Sakura
Cut iron tsuba. Mysterious motif where two spades appear which should represent spearheads or swords. The tail of Japanese dragons is sometimes depicted in this way. The decor is simple but very elegant. The carving as well as the finish are very neat. Difficult to date with precision. Probably from the Edo period, maybe earlier. Wide: 79mm Thickness: 5mm Good condition
Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1800 item #1465179 (stock #272)
Conservatoire Sakura
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Solid gold, silver, shibuichi and sentoku inlaid shakudo tsuba. The setting presents us with a Japanese warrior slaying an enemy wearing foreign armor that seems to be Chinese or even Mongol. This could be a reference to the attempted invasion of Japan by China Mongols in the 13th century. The tsuba bears the signature of Yoshiaki who was one of the greatest artists of his time...
Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1800 item #1465170 (stock #271)
Conservatoire Sakura
Japanese iron cut sword guard in silhouette of pagoda and houses in a tranquil lake landscape. Some details inlaid in gold. It feels like a long way from war. The carving is of very good quality which is not always the case on this kind of tsuba which most often are less well executed. The reliefs are very deep which gives a beautiful relief but requires more effort. The style seems to be that of the Soten school...
Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1800 item #1465016 (stock #263)
Conservatoire Sakura
Tsuba in cut iron, details inlaid in solid gold. The characters are excessively in relief, thickness of the tsuba 4.8 mm and 9.6 mm for the characters. Diameter: 76mm. Decor representing Jô and Uba with their broom and rake under a pine tree. This refers to the legend of 2 lovers who, united for life, were very happy and together became very old. They died the same day at the same time. Their spirit lives in 2 old pines, one in Sumi-Yoshi and one on the beach of Taka-Sago...
Japanese : Samurai : Armor : Pre 1900 item #1465014
Zentner Collection
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Antique Japanese Yokohagi Okegawa Dō samurai armor of the Edo Period (early 19th century). The kabuto (helmet) is of 64 ken plate construction with a dramatic maedate in the form of a dragon fish flanked by cresting waves. As the story tells, the gods took notice of a koi fish who was trying to swim up a waterfall, rewarding its perseverance by changing it into a dragon...
Japanese : Samurai : Armor : Pre 1900 item #1464528
Zentner Collection
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A rare example Japanese zunari kabuto (samurai helmet) made all of iron with a mixed metal (gold & silver) design of a dragon amongst swirling clouds. The eyes and whiskers of the dragon are inlaid gold and it's body coils all the way around the hachi (dome). The mabizashi (visor) is edged in bronze and decorated with more wisps of clouds. The underside of the visor shows traces of original red lacquer. The shikoro (neck guard) has five layers and shows traces of black lacquer...
Japanese : Samurai : Armor : Pre 1900 item #1464524
Zentner Collection
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Antique Japanese gunpai, war fan belonging to a high ranking samurai officer. Made of lacquered wood with shell inlay and with 2 large cut outs. This fan would have been used to shade from the sun and to signal troops. Though this shape of fan was not used as a weapon, it could have come in very handy in battle and there are legends of samurai heroes fighting with nothing but their war fans. The art of fighting with a war fan is called tessenjutsu...
Japanese : Samurai : Armor : Pre 1900 item #1464347
Tora Tori Gallery
Very beautiful black lacquer iron armor on all the elements. The iron suji bachi kabuto (helmet) is 15 lames with a golden chrysanthemum-shaped tehen kanamono. The fukigaeshi bears a mon (coat of arms) in gold lacquer of a quince flower. The shikoro has 4-lame. The ressei-type menpo is black lacquered and also carries a 4-lame yodare kake. The cuirass (do) partly covered with blue silk braiding. The sode are of 7 slats, the kusazuri 5 slats the kote in iron mesh...
Japanese : Samurai : Armor : Pre 1800 item #1464311
Tora Tori Gallery
Ni-Mai do complete armour, (tosei gussoku), the helmet (kabuto) of the hoshi suji bachi type (visible rivets) with 62 lames...
Japanese : Samurai : Swords : Pre 1700 item #1464089 (stock #gy6603)
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17th Century Japanese Samurai Sword

It is 27.2 inches (69.1 cm) long by 1.7 inches (4.4 cm) wide and the blade is 20.6 inches (52.3 cm) in length by 1.1 inches (2.8 cm) wide. It is 1.5 lb.

The saya has stains, surface wears and scratches. The blade has rust, flea bite chips, missing handle, and surface wears and scratches (as seen in the photos).

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Japanese : Samurai : Armor : Pre 1900 item #1464075
Zentner Collection
Antique Japanese bajo jingasa, lacquered military hat for a high-ranking horseman. Carved of wood with an upturned front rim and rounded dome. Decorated all over with intricate shell inlay in black lacquer. The underside is lacquered red with four hooks for chords. On custom metal stand.
The samurai class in feudal Japan, as well as their retainers and footsoldiers (ashigaru ) used several types of jingasa made from iron, copper, wood, paper, bamboo, or leather and usually treated wit...
Japanese : Samurai : Armor : Pre 1700 item #1463472
Tora Tori Gallery
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Rare kabuto In saiga-bachi (saiga school) brown lacquered iron, zunari shape with eight plates zaboshi (riveted, the top of the helmet is composed of plates forming a stylized chrysanthemum. Fukigaeshi are made of buckskin with golden copper and a katabami mon. One of the fukigaeshi has a rare right flap which is hinged in order to fold forward and facilitate the archer when drawing the string of his bow. The itamono-shikoro is four-tiered with sugake odoshi lacing in yellow braid. The maedate ...
Japanese : Samurai : Armor : Pre 1700 item #1463317
Tora Tori Gallery
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In lacquered russet iron (sabiji nuri) this menpo (1/2 mask) with a fierce expression (ressei) is forged with deep wrinkles, flared nostrils and an open mouth. The nose plate is removable. The mustache and a tuft at the level of the chin are in silver lacquer. The pronounced teeth are also in silver lacquer. The yodaregake (throat protector) with four levels laced in kebiki odoshi in purple braid. Red lacquer inside. Period: late Momoyama early Edo 16/17th century. Sold with a metal stand.
Japanese : Samurai : Pre 1800 item #1462833 (stock #DJ460)
A set of Japanese Samurai armor.

Age: Japan, Edo Period, 17th - 18th Century
Size: Height 149 C.M. / Width 52 C.M.
Condition: Nice condition overall (some expected degradation due to its age). Please refer to the enlargement photos for more details.
Shipment: Worldwide shipping from Bangkok, Thailand at actual cost. Please e-mail us for the shipping fee.

Japanese : Samurai : Armor : Pre 1900 item #1462618 (stock #J687)
Haruko Watanabe
Nirayama-kasa which was worn by samurai when they practiced artillery. It is made of washi (Japanese handmade paper) yarn and black urushi painted in both sides. Nirayama-kasa was made in Ansei (1854~1860), very late Edo period. It was used in Kanto area, not in Kansai area, according to the "Kinsei Fuzokushi" written by Morisada Manko around mid 19th century. Generally in good condition but has some wear. W:50.5cm, H:27.5cm
Japanese : Samurai : Pre 1900 item #1462353
Zentner Collection
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Antique Japanese hikeshi banten, fireman's coat. Made of layers of cotton fabric and stitched in the sashiko quilting technique. Fires were common in Japanese urban areas due to the dense population as well as construction material (primarily wood and paper). Fire brigades were made up of samurai class (buke hikeshi) as well as common class (machi hikeshi). Their primary goal in containing a fire was to tear down the surrounding buildings so the fire had no more fuel. These special coats were w...
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