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

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

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

Koshi gatana, an ancient type of short sword, Nambokucho era (1333-1392), with sophisticated ornamentation, the bronze handle is silver plated and covered with gold leaf, a gilded copper ring forming an openwork pattern of peonies. The scabbard is covered with "shagreen kairagi" lacquered and polished, with back to tip peonies carved in high relief.

Koshi gatana, an ancient type of short sword, Nambokucho era (1333-1392), with sophisticated ornamentation, the bronze handle is silver plated and covered with gold leaf, a gilded copper ring forming an openwork pattern of peonies. The scabbard is covered with "shagreen kairagi" lacquered and polished, with back to tip peonies carved in high relief.

Usually we find (black) laquered & polished rayskin saya but i really like the raw look of this one.. might want to give it a try in the future  :)

Usually we find (black) laquered & polished rayskin saya but i really like the raw look of this one.. might want to give it a try in the future :)

I’s not my taste but definitely a piece of art.   A Hitatsura hamon is basically a full tempered blade with spots of tobiyaki (hardening spots in the body of the blade and or along the spine).   Posted 2 tanto examples with a  hitatsura hamon back in March.

I’s not my taste but definitely a piece of art. A Hitatsura hamon is basically a full tempered blade with spots of tobiyaki (hardening spots in the body of the blade and or along the spine). Posted 2 tanto examples with a hitatsura hamon back in March.

# 776 Silver Masonic Sword by Marto of Spain - for prince theoderich? Can't seem to find the perfect sword for him...

# 776 Silver Masonic Sword by Marto of Spain - for prince theoderich? Can't seem to find the perfect sword for him...

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