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A 19TH CENTURY FINE SHIBAYAMA GOLD LACQUER TSUBA (reverse), MEIJI PERIOD Of quatrefoil form, the kinji ground of gold decorated with reference to the Tanabata festival in hiramakie and takamakie. The reverse depicting a bird catching an insect, flowers in shell inlays. Signed, Unread. 9cm high.

suchasensualdestroyer: Japan, Tsuba (Sword Fitting), ivory/tortoiseshell/abalone/lacquer/silver/iron, c. I wish it was hummingbirds instead of sparrows.

Tsuba with design of descending geese Japanese, Edo period, Early 19th century. By Ito Mitsutoshi, Tatsunaga. Collection: MFA Boston

Tsuba with design of descending geese Japanese, Edo Period, Early century

A Japanese Gold and silver-inlaid tsuba, circa 19th century.

A Japanese Gold and silver-inlaid tsuba, circa century.

Tsuba with design of dragon and clouds Japanese, Edo Period, early to mid-19th century, MFA

Tsuba (katana sword guard) with design of dragon and clouds Japanese, Edo Period, early to century, MFA

Beautiful Tsuba

virtual-artifacts: “ Tsuba with design of birds and flowers Japanese Edo period century Ishiguro Koreyoshi, School Ishiguro School (Japanese) ”

Tsuba with design of Bishamon and centipede. Early 19th century. Yanagawa Naoharu, Japanese, born in 1750  http://educators.mfa.org/tsuba-gallery-184603?page=1

Tsuba with design of Bishamon and centipede. Yanagawa Naoharu, Japanese, born in 1750

Ishiguro Masayoshi (1772-1852?) -  Tsuba with Bamboo and Scholar's Rock Design. Shakudo, Gold, Shibuichi and Copper. Edo Period, Early-Mid 19th Century. 2-7/8" x 2-5/8" (7.3cm x 6.7cm).

Sword Guard (Tsuba) Inscribed by Ishiguro Masayoshi (Japanese, Date: century Culture: Japanese Medium: Shakudo, gold, shibuichi, copper

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