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Oval tsuba An oval-shaped soft metal tsuba with the great Heian poet, Prince Narihara. 19th Century Mokko form Tsuba

A Hamano-School shakudo tsuba of mokko form with an asymmetrically–placed Nio. Edo Period.

 

Oval shaped tsuba An oval-shaped tsuba with a gold kaga-inlaid image of a gnarled pine tree. 19th century. Oval-shaped tsuba An oval-shaped shakudo tsuba modeled as vertical stalks of bamboo. Signature, Busho Masatoshi. Edo Period.
Iron Abumi A pair of fine silver-inlaid iron abumi with red-lacquered interiors. Silver inlaid
characters in the front translate to: “Made by MASAHIGE from Kaga Province, Kanazawa Town.”
Edo Period.

Oval, sentoku tsuba with a tiger. Late Edo Period.

Square Tsuba Sentoku presentation tsuba, could refer to ''Crab & The Monkey''. ShunJyu Ken/Tsune Tamo signature. Late 19th century. Oval Tsuba Small round iron tsuba. Gilt seal cartouche. Edo Period.
Rectangular Tsuba Trapezoidal iron tsuba base upon the lengend ''The Hare and the Moon''. Ikkeido Jyoi signature with kao. Edo Period. Hamano School tsuba. Naoyuki signature. 19th century.
Iron free-form tsuba. Signed Tomohide and dated. NBTHK papers. 19th Century. Oval shakudo tsuba. Ishikawa Chikaharu signature. 19th century.
Large sentoku presentation tsuba. Signed on reverse, Masayoshi. Meiji Period. Sukashi sentoku oval tsuba. 19th century.
Shakudo, nanako tsuba. Tsunehide saku signature. 19th century. Round wrought iron tsuba carved in sukashi manner. Edo/Meiji Period.
Oval tsuba with gold carp. Edo Period. Gold-rimmed iron tsuba. Egawa Toshimasa signature. Mid Edo Period.
Black Lacquer Tanto

Aikuchi-mounted tanto with black lacquer saya. Edo/Meiji Period.

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Iron Abumi

Pair of iron and red lacquered abumi. Edo Period.

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Shakudo Tsuba

Shakudo tsuba with gold and copper. 19th century.

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Pair of iron samurai abumi. Edo Period.

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Samurai weaponry:
Goto kozuka SOLD
Soten School tsuba SOLD
Goto School tsuba SOLD
Shishi menuki SOLD
Tantos

Square-form soft metal tsuba with rounded corners. Yoshi Michi Koku, Keiju Shosai Kohan signature. 19th century.

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Pair of iron abumi. Signature in silver inlay, Mitsuharu. Edo Period.

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Oval tsuba with mottled copper-patinated groud. Mitsuaki signature.

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Pure gold presentation tsuba of mokko form. Signature of Masaharu.

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Free-form sentoku tsuba. Konhan shunsho do signature. 19th century.

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Iron itozukashi tsuba. Gold signature cartouche, Seiruken Yeiju.

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Goto Ichijo School tsuba. 18th/19th century.

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Iron and gilt sukashi tsuba. Edo Period.

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Shoami School iron tsuba.
Edo Period.

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Sculptural, sentoku tsuba of irregular form. Shoami School. 19th century.

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Brown and gold lacquered aikuchi-mounted tanto with Omori-style fittings.

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A sukashi, oval-shaped copper-patinated tsuba.19th century.

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