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6779 Japanese Samurai Edo Antique Mito School Ryu Zu Excellent Menuki | eBay

#6779 Japanese Samurai Edo Antique Mito school Ryu zu Excellent Menuki

6779 Japanese Samurai Edo Antique Mito School Ryu Zu Excellent Menuki | eBay

Fuchi-kashira with designs of monkeys and biwa fruit Japanese, Edo Period, mid-19th century By Yabu Tsuneyo, Japanese, Main material: shakudo; other metals: gold, copper and shibuichi; decorative technique: iroe takazogan, MFA

Fuchi-kashira with designs of monkeys and biwa fruit Japanese, Edo Period…

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A painting so excited to hear "tell" world of origin, Shibayama inlay "collar of the swords" during the Edo period 芝山象嵌-鍔/tsuba Japanese sword mountings

Pair of menuki each in the form of a dragon, sword and clouds. Japanese Edo period mid-18th to mid-19th century http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/pair-of-menuki-each-in-the-form-of-a-dragon-sword-and-clouds-15953

Pair of menuki each in the form of a dragon, sword and clouds

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Pair of menuki in the form of autumn plants with a gardener's hat and basket  Japanese, Edo Period, early to mid-19th century, Main material: gold; other metals: silver, shakudo, shibuichi and copper; decorative technique: uchidashi, takabori, iroe takazogan, MFA

Pair of menuki in the form of autumn plants with a gardener's hat and basket

The tsuba, fuchi and kashira are all made with shakudo base metal with nanako ground. Flowering peonies are done in gold, among shakudo rock...

The tsuba, fuchi and kashira are all made with shakudo base metal with nanako ground. Flowering peonies are done in gold, among shakudo rock.

Pair of menuki in the form of dragons, one with a jewel and one with a sword  Japanese, Edo period–Meiji era, mid to late 19th century  By Sato Yoshiteru, Japanese, 1828–1902, gold, MFA

Pair of menuki in the form of dragons, one with a jewel and one with a sword

A group of four menuki The first by Kagehisa, Edo period (19th century)

A group of four menuki The first by Kagehisa, Edo period century)

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Tsuba with flowers and leaves.

This tsuba is decorated with chrysanthemum in gold and copper alloy. The petals and leaves of the flower wrap around the edge so that parts of the same flower are visible on both sides. Chrysanthemums are a symbol of autumn.

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