Daisho Tsuba:  Mumei(Unsigned)

Daisho Tsuba: Mumei(Unsigned)

Daisho Tsuba: Mei (signature) : Mumei(Unsigned) Dai(large): Length :  7.95cm x  7.82cm (  3.13inches x  3.08inches) Thickness of rim : 0.81cm ( 0.32inches) Weight:188g Sho(small): Length : 7.65cm x  7.28cm (  3.01inches x   2.87inches) Thickness of rim :   0.67cm (  0.26inches) Weight:168g Jidai(era) : Edo Period Special feature:  Mokko shape iron tsuba with dotemimi rim…

Tsuba: Cyosyu Toyonobu saku

Tsuba: Cyosyu Toyonobu saku

Tsuba: Mei (signature) : Cyosyu Toyonobu saku Length : 8.36cm x 7.92cm ( 3.29inches x 3.12inches) Thickness of rim: 0.47cm ( 0.19inches) Jidai(era) :late Edo period. Special feature: Cyosyu Toyonobu is Okamoto and succeeded his father Kumanojyo and after that he becane a member of craftsman of the Cyosyu Domain. He is good at scenery…

Katana : Mumei (Ko-Mihara)

Katana : Mumei (Ko-Mihara)

Katana in Shirasaya with Koshriae(NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon paper) for the blade and Tsuba Signature : Mumei (Ko-Mihara) Sayagaki: Mr. Tanobe Bingo koku Ko-Mihara, O-Suriage Mumei, Nanbokucho period. This blade is typical Ko-Mihara. Blade lenght is 71.8cm. (We divide 4 sections for each sword as Saijyo saku, Jyojyo saku Jyo saku and regular saki)This sword belongs…

Kozuka: Mumei Ko-Goto

Kozuka: Mumei Ko-Goto

Kozuka: NBTHK Hozon Paper Mei (signature) : Mumei(Unsigned) Ko-Goto Length : 9.61 cm x 1.33 cm ( 3.78 inches x 0.52 inches) Jidai(era) : Late Muromachi period. Special feature: On the Shakudo-nanako plate, the cherry blossoms and tool with rope are engraved with gold and silver color. This delicate Nanako and engraving are very beautiful. This…

Tsuba: Mumei(Unsigned) (Inshu Suruga school)

Tsuba: Mumei(Unsigned) (Inshu Suruga school)

Tsuba: Mei (signature) : mumei(Unsigned)(Inshu Suruga school) Length : 7.82cm x 7.55cm ( 3.07inches x 2.97inches) Thickness of rim: 0.51 cm ( 0.2inches) Jidai(era) : Late Edo Period Special feature: Round shape iron tsuba, with mokume(wood) pattern engraved. There are also a design of three birds flying around. Those birds are expressed by engraved gold(horigane). From…