A WELL MOUNTED AIKUCHI - UNSIGNED, KAMAKURA PERIOD (14TH CENTURY)

A WELL MOUNTED AIKUCHI - UNSIGNED, KAMAKURA PERIOD (14TH CENTURY)

A WELL MOUNTED AIKUCHI -  UNSIGNED, MUROMACHI PERIOD (15TH-16TH CENTURY)

A WELL MOUNTED AIKUCHI - UNSIGNED, MUROMACHI PERIOD (15TH-16TH CENTURY)

An Echizen tanto in lacquer scabbard ~  EDO PERIOD (17TH CENTURY), ATTRIBUTED TO YASUTSUGU I.

Japanese Art: Meiji Period Magnificence

Luxury Collection and Eclectic, Classy Photography -  19th century Japanese Meiji Period Ivory Cased Samurai Sword

A superb Century Japanese Meiji Period Ivory Cased Samurai Sword exceptionally carved all over with figures within interiors and landscapes, flanked by insects upon an textured ground.

Mumei Unokubi zukuri tanto. Handachi style, Edo period.

Mumei Unokubi zukuri tanto. Handachi style, Edo period.

Mounting for a Tachi type Sword.      Dated: Edo period, 17th century.  | Copyright © 2013 Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Tachi Century CE Japanese Weapon, Edo japan) (©Boston Museum of Fine Arts)

A Fine Aikuchi Tanto Koshirae -  EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY)

A Fine Aikuchi Tanto Koshirae - EDO PERIOD (19TH CENTURY)

18th Century Japanese Kozuka | Click to view enlarged image

18th Century Japanese Kozuka | Click to view enlarged image

Antique Edo period samurai katana tansu.  samuraiantiqueworld.com

An actually authentic antique Samurai sword Antique Edo period samurai katana…

Aikuchi style Koshirae, a black Dashizame Tsuka and a dark brown lacquered Saya decorated with autumn flower Makie

Aikuchi style Koshirae, a black Dashizame Tsuka and a dark brown lacquered Saya decorated with autumn flower Makie

Wakazashi-koshorae.jpg (Изображение JPEG, 564 × 1674 пикселов)

Posted this one here because i really dislike that type of 2 tone ito :)

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