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This example comes from the armory of Date Yoshimura (1703–1746), daimyo (lord) of Sendai. The helmet bowl, signed Saotome Iye[tada?], dates from the sixteenth century; the remainder of the armor was constructed in the eighteenth century

Armor (Gusoku) with Foot Guards Helmet bowl signed Saotome Iye[tada?] (Japanese, Edo period) Armorer: Breastplate inscribed inside, Myochin Munesuke (Japanese, Edo period, Date: and century Culture: Japanese

'Suit of armor with a pink rib-bone cuirass,' 18th century by International Arts & Artists, via Flickr

Lethal Beauty: Birmingham Museum of Art exhibition conjuring samurai warriors, ancient battles with exquisite swords and armor

Blue Laced Rokumai Do Gusoku. Edo period (18th century). The Kabuto bowl of four heavy iron plates and lacquered black. A Rokumai do (six-piece cuirass) of yahazu-shaped lamellae applied with stenciled doeskin munaita.  Accompanied by a certificate of registration as Koshu tokubetsu kicho shiryo (Especially important armor object) no. 24 issued by the Nihon Katchu Bugu Kenkyu Hozon Kai (Japanese Armor Preservation Society)

Blue Laced Rokumai Do Gusoku. Edo period century) The Kabuto bowl of four heavy iron plates and lacquered black, mounted with maedate formed as a pair of inverted wings of gilt and lacquered wood. A Rokumai do (six-piece cuirass) of.

62 ken suji bachi kabuto by Saotome Ienari, Muromachi period, mid-16th century, the kuwagata dai and kuwagata by Myochin family, Edo period, 19th c, constructed of iron vertical plates riveted together, menpo forged with a strong, straight, hinged nose piece and a protruding jaw,with a two-plate lacquered-iron and leather yodarekake Saotome Ienari was the third master of the Saotome family of armor makers, active from 1532 to 1569.

62 ken suji bachi kabuto by Saotome Ienari, Muromachi period, mid-16th century, the kuwagata dai and kuwagata by Myochin family, Edo period, 19th c, constructed of iron vertical plates riveted together, menpo forged with a strong, straight, hinged nose piece and a protruding jaw,with a two-plate lacquered-iron and leather yodarekake Saotome Ienari was the third master of the Saotome family of armor makers, active from 1532 to 1569.

Japanese Edo period Armor (Gusoku), c. 16th - 18th centuries    Lacquered iron, mail, silk, copper-gilt

Armor (Gusoku), and centuries; Edo period Japanese Lacquered iron, mail, silk, copper-gilt (I looked at a lot of armor in Tokyo museum)

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