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Tsuba (sword guard), iron with gold and silver inlay, Japanese, ca. 1700 - 1800.

Tsuba (sword guard), iron with gold and silver inlay, Japanese, ca.

14-04-01 A commissioned piece consisting of an elaborately pierced and carved motif of arabesques and chrysanthemums. Steel plate with copper sekigane. Omote side. Private collection (TS), Canada.

A commissioned piece consisting of an elaborately pierced and carved motif of arabesques and chrysanthemums. Steel plate with copper sekigane. Private collection (TS), Canada.

Japanese military accoutrements, Date: Edo Period, Late 18th century

Tsuba with design of military accoutrements Japanese, Edo Period, Late

Tsuba with design of foreign musician and sennin with shishi. Japanese Edo period early to mid-19th century - Iwamoto Konkan (1744–1801), Nara Toshinaga (1667–1736) http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/tsuba-with-design-of-foreign-musician-and-sennin-with-shishi-11540

Tsuba with design of foreign musician and sennin with shishi by Iwamoto Konkan, Japanese,

Ono Mitsutaka - Rain Dragons within a Ring of Clouds Chôshû School Tsuba. Iron with Gold & Copper Sekigane. Japan. Circa Edo Period, Late-18th Century. 3-1/8" x 3" x 1/8".

Tsuba with design of confronted rain dragons within a ring of clouds Japanese, Edo Period, Late century By Ono Mitsutaka, Japanese, MFA

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Tsuba with design of clematis | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

aleyma: “ Tsuba with design of clematis, made in Japan, late to early century (source).

Tsuba with design of Idaten chasing an oni who has stolen his reliquary:    mid-late 18th century Kitagawa Sôten, 	School Sôten School, Japanese   DIMENSIONS Overall: 8.8 x 8.8 x 0.6 cm (3 7/16 x 3 7/16 x 1/4 in.)  Main material: iron; other metals: gold; decorative technique: sukashi-bori, maruobori, zogan

Tsuba with design of Idaten chasing an oni who has stolen his reliquary: mid-late 18th century Kitagawa Sôten, School Sôten School, Japanese DIMENSIONS Overall: 8.8 x 8.8 x 0.6 cm (3 7/16 x 3 7/16 x 1/4 in.) Main material: iron; other metals: gold; decorative technique: sukashi-bori, maruobori, zogan

aleyma:  Tsuba with design of bamboo, made in Japan, mid-late 19th century (source).

aleyma: Tsuba with design of bamboo, made in Japan, mid-late century (source).

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