There is a hunting dog at the feet of the man depicted in Kashira. Not only does Shakudo's black look beautiful on Shibuichi's base, but the horse's coat and harness are also wonderful.
What is expressed on the front side is exactly the figure of the migrants that the Japanese longed for, but it is also impressive that a Japanese-style pine tree is drawn on the back side of Fuchi. Tartar men Fuchikashira/marked/Kofu living Yoshinaga(Kao stamp).
Polished Shibu-ichi(a Japanese alloy that consists of three parts of copper to one part of silver) /How to carve a motif that is taller than the base metal. /A technique that creates a three-dimensional effect by carving down from the surface of the base metal.
This refers to the pinetree carved on the back of Fuchi. /It is a technique to express various colors using gold etc.And it is fixed by fitting. Fuchi- Height:3.7cm Width:2.2cm Thickness:1.4cm. Nakago hole- Height:2.7cm Width:0.75cm. Kashira- Height:3.3cm Width:1.8cm Thickness:0.95cm. Main body weight:40g (total) Total weight:140g (include box) Condition:Very good!
Damage:- Accessory:Kiribako box. There might be some items whose materials or unseeable parts are deteriorated and become fragile.Please take notice of this point and take an especial care and use on your own responsibility. We try to give a detailed description, but some details might be omitted because. There are many combinations of parts and materials used for swords.
So, we provide pictures which we want you to check. Please look carefully at the pictures as well as descriptions. Also, even if "Edo" is written in a title or description, not all parts are necessarily from. The Edo period because they might have been repaired later.
Titles and short explanations we write are only for your reference. They don't guarantee quality or value of items. Our view might differ from yours, and we might have overlooked. We could add more photos when necessary. The item "D1372 Japanese Edo Samurai NBTHK Rare!
TARTAR MEN Shibuichi FUCHIKASHIRA katana" is in sale since Monday, May 24, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Tsuba". The seller is "ensai-so-ken" and is located in Osaka, Osaka. This item can be shipped worldwide.