Nothing beats simplicity right ? Picsource : bonhams.com   Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

Nothing beats simplicity right ? Picsource : bonhams.com Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

WAKIZASHI MOMOYAMA, Sword : 16th Century Japan Steel, iron, gold, lacquer                                                                                                                                                     Mais

WAKIZASHI MOMOYAMA, Sword : 16th Century Japan Steel, iron, gold, lacquer Mais

Sword Guard (Tsuba), ca. 1615–1868. Japanese. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Herman A. E. and Paul C. Jaehne, 1943 (43.120.764) #sword

Sword Guard (Tsuba), ca. 1615–1868. Japanese. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Herman A. E. and Paul C. Jaehne, 1943 (43.120.764) #sword

a closup of the tsuba has been posted here. Picsource: bonhams.com Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

a closup of the tsuba has been posted here. Picsource: bonhams.com Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

Naoto Fuyumine/DOGS : Bullets and Carnage/Reference photo     Black katana guide.

Naoto Fuyumine/DOGS : Bullets and Carnage/Reference photo Black katana guide.

Tsuba with design of two carp. Edo period–Meiji era mid to late 19th century (before 1890) Ômori Teruhide (Japanese, 1730–1798)

Tsuba with design of two carp. Edo period–Meiji era mid to late 19th century (before 1890) Ômori Teruhide (Japanese, 1730–1798)

Japanese katana with ornate and impressive elephant ivory mounts The edo period katana set in elaborately carved ivory handle showing buddhist figures among swirling clouds and scrollwork, with partial openwork ivory tsuba; the scabbard similarly carved and with two ring handles. overall length: 46 inches

Japanese katana with ornate and impressive elephant ivory mounts The edo period katana set in elaborately carved ivory handle showing buddhist figures among swirling clouds and scrollwork, with partial openwork ivory tsuba; the scabbard similarly carved and with two ring handles. overall length: 46 inches

Sword Guard (Tsuba) Inscribed by Washida Mitsunaka  (Japanese, born 1829

Sword Guard (Tsuba) Inscribed by Washida Mitsunaka (Japanese, born 1829

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