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OKEGAWA, GOMAÏDO GUSOKU | Neko-Gaki

OKEGAWA, GOMAÏDO GUSOKU | Neko-Gaki

Suji bachi kabuto,  hatomune byo-toji yoko-hagi okegawa dou gusoku, kabuto signed Echizan nu Kuni Toyohara Jū Bamen Tomotsugu Saku (Made by Bamen Tomotsugu, residing in Toyohara, Echizen Province [Fukui Prefecture]). Bamen Tomotsugu was the leading armorer of the Bamen School in the eighteenth century. Complete armors signed by him are extremely rare.

C Japan - helmet signed by Bamen Tomotsugu. Armor (Gusoku), C. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Etsuko O. Morris and John H.

Imposante armure de guerrier japonais (yoroi) avec deux rares coffres de rangement. L'armure comprend.: des cordelettes de couleur orange, un casque kabuto, un masque facial (menpo) figurant une bouche grande ouverte, un protègegorge, une cuirasse noire et des protections pour le bas des jambes. Vendu aux #encheres 15000€ par Boisgirard Antonini le 20/11/13

Imposante armure de guerrier japonais (yoroi) avec deux rares coffres de rangement. L'armure comprend.: des cordelettes de couleur orange, un casque kabuto, un masque facial (menpo) figurant une bouche grande ouverte, un protègegorge, une cuirasse noire et des protections pour le bas des jambes. Vendu aux #encheres 15000€ par Boisgirard Antonini le 20/11/13

A black-lacquer armor with a yokohagi okegawa do, 18th-19th century © 2002-2009 Bonhams 1793 Ltd

A black-lacquer armor with a yokohagi okegawa do, century © Bonhams 1793 Ltd

Yokohagidō Armor with shakudō cuirass crafted from an alloy of copper and gold depicting a coiled dragon Helmet 14th century CE Armor 18th century CE Japan.

Yokohagidō Armor with shakudō cuirass crafted from an alloy of copper and gold depicting a coiled dragon Helmet century CE Armor century CE Japan

Yukinoshita dō Tosei Gusoku. Mid Edo Period The dō is made in the style of Sendai province,  five large heavy hinged plates, a front plate divided into two, with the upper part (munaita) laced to the larger in kebiki odoshi. The top of the front plate and the side plates are covered with inden. Exceptional maedate in black and silver lacquered wood in the shape of mount Fuji, over- looking Yama (mountain) ideogram in black lacquered iron decorated with gold lacquered archaic characters.

Mid Edo Period The dō is made in the style of Sendai province, consisting of five large heavy hinged plates, a front plate divided into two, with the upper part.

Gold Lacquer Kabuto. 17th-18th century Sixty-two plate koboshi bachi kabuto lacquered red and surmounted with a three-stage gilt-copper chrysanthemum tehen kanamono, the bowl fitted with a five-lame Hineno-style shikoro ending in small fukigaeshi, lacquered black, black-lacquered iron hanbo fitted with a three-lame yodarekake; the cuirass a nimai yokohagi okegawa do lacquered gold and finished to a rough surface and applied with standing rivets patinated shakudo.

century Sixty-two plate koboshi bachi kabuto lacquered red and surmounted with a three-stage gilt-copper chrysanthemum tehen kanamono, the bowl fitted with a five-lame Hineno-style shikoro ending in small fukigaeshi,.

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.

Samurai Armour

Armor (Gusoku) Inscribed by Yukinoshita Sadaiyé (Japanese, active century) Date: century Culture: Japanese Medium: Iron, lacquer, silk, gilt copper - here is where you can find that Perfect Gift for Friends and Family Members

Samurai armor  The era of warfare called the Sengoku period ended around 1600, Japan was united and entered the peaceful Edo period, samurai continued to use both plate and lamellar armour as a symbol of their status but traditional armours were no longer necessary for battles.

Samurai armor The era of warfare called the Sengoku period ended around Japan was united and entered the peaceful Edo period, samurai continued to use both plate and lamellar armour as a symbol.

120 plate shiinari (acorn shape) suji-bachi kabuto (Saotome Iechika) hon kozane ni-mai dou gusoku, hon kozane o-sode, tsutsu-gote, tsutsu suneate, from the collection of treasures of the Kii Tokugawa family, established in the seventeenth century, an early Edo-period (1600-1868) gusoku of the highest quality for a daimyo.

120 plate shiinari (acorn shape) suji-bachi kabuto (Saotome Iechika) hon kozane ni-mai dou gusoku, hon kozane o-sode, tsutsu-gote, tsutsu suneate, from the collection of treasures of the Kii Tokugawa family, established in the seventeenth century, an early Edo-period (1600-1868) gusoku of the highest quality for a daimyo.

Gold-lacquer armor with Shimazu family crests. Edo period (19th century) The armor laced in bright orange and decorated with gilt-metal Shimazu family crests  and a gold-lacquer dragon maedate, the lowest lame trimmed in boar’s fur.

Gold-lacquer armor with Shimazu family crests. Edo period century) The armor laced in bright orange and decorated with gilt-metal Shimazu family crests and a gold-lacquer dragon maedate, the lowest lame trimmed in boar’

Samurai Armor

Samurai Armor

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