Art Periods, Japanese Sword, Samurai Swords, Group Art, Japan Art, Katana, Sword Art, Art Boards, Martial Arts

tsuba (katana sword hilt) Wouldn't this make a great entrance to a level of the Underworld?

tsuba (katana sword hilt) Wouldn't this make a great entrance to a level of the Underworld?

Tsuba with design of two archers in early Japanese warrior attire. Edo period–Meiji era mid to late 19th century - Maejima Morikane (born in 1843), Mito School http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/tsuba-with-design-of-two-archers-in-early-japanese-warrior-attire-11659

Tsuba with design of two archers in early Japanese warrior attire

Tsuba with design of autumn plants and grasses. Edo period Late 18th–early 19th century - Murakami Jochiku (Japanese, died about 1790–1800) http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/tsuba-with-design-of-autumn-plants-and-grasses-11825

Tsuba with design of autumn plants and grasses

58 Japanese Tsuba Designs | Takumi Warrior

Tsuba, Japanese, Late Momoyama period(桃山時代) or Early Edo period (江戸時代), early century Design of jewels Attributed to Hirata Hikoshi Saku

Tsuba - Edo (1800), kinko tusba, rounded corner rectangular, polished copper carved and inlayed in high relief with gold and shakudo including a shakudo covered rim signed “Nampo”. Dimensions: H 6.4 x 5.8cm, thickness 4mm.

Tsuba - Edo kinko tusba, rounded corner rectangular, polished copper carved and inlayed in high relief with gold and shakudo including a shakudo covered rim signed “Nampo”.

58 Japanese Tsuba Designs | Takumi Warrior

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

Tsuba or Sword Guard, depicting Shoki the Demon Queller by Seiryoken Hagiya Katsuhira (1804-080). Shakudo, copper, gold and shibuichi. Japan, late Edo period, c.1850.

Tsuba or Sword Guard, depicting Shoki the Demon Queller by Seiryoken Hagiya…

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