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kazari-tachi koshirae.  With mother-of-pearl inlay decoration and gold fittings on ikakeji lacquer ground.    Overall L. 110.0. Heian Period (794 to 1185) 12th century. Important Cultural Property.

kazari-tachi koshirae. With mother-of-pearl inlay decoration and gold fittings on ikakeji lacquer ground. Overall L. 110.0. Heian Period (794 to 1185) 12th century. Important Cultural Property.

WORDS AND OTHER WEAPONRY Various Properties A fine and rare kinko koshira-e for a daisho The fittings by Hamano Masanobu (born 1773), Edo Period, early 19th century The saya of finely lacquered same, the katana saya applied with a coiled snake in shibuichi takazogan, signed Miboku with kao and the kuchigane in the form of a slug; the fittings of shakudo ishime, inlaid with various insects, the tsuba of oval form, inlaid with butterflies in gold, silver and copper takazogan,

WORDS AND OTHER WEAPONRY Various Properties A fine and rare kinko koshira-e for a daisho The fittings by Hamano Masanobu (born 1773), Edo Period, early 19th century The saya of finely lacquered same, the katana saya applied with a coiled snake in shibuichi takazogan, signed Miboku with kao and the kuchigane in the form of a slug; the fittings of shakudo ishime, inlaid with various insects, the tsuba of oval form, inlaid with butterflies in gold, silver and copper takazogan,

Katana by National Living Treasure of Japan, Toshihira OSUMI (1932~2009). Very graceful shape.

Katana by National Living Treasure of Japan, Toshihira OSUMI (1932~2009). Very graceful shape.

Indian kabastin flail, 18" iron handle with bulbous hand protector, 14" iron link chain with heavy weight at end

Indian kabastin flail, 18" iron handle with bulbous hand protector, 14" iron link chain with heavy weight at end

Indian (Mughal) khanjar dagger, 18th century, marine ivory hilt in the form of a ram's head.

Indian (Mughal) khanjar dagger, 18th century, marine ivory hilt in the form of a ram's head.

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