Tsuba (1) - Ghisa - Fan - Owari school's maker - Antique Tsuba for Samurai Sword (T-55) - Giappone - Periodo Edo (1600-1868)

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Tsuba (1) - Ghisa - Fan - Owari school's maker - Antique Tsuba for Samurai Sword (T-55) - Giappone - Periodo Edo (1600-1868)
In buone condizioni, vedi descrizione - 0.5×8.4×8.6 cm

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An Iron Tsuba circle shape with Kozuka & Kougai holes

Its edge is flat, and this type of edge is called “Kado Mimi” in Japanese. Four fans are engraved by the openwork. Fan pattern represents development, prosperity, and wealth.

Owari-style is famous for its openwork as Heianjo-style Tsuba. But Owari-style Tsuba is usually bigger than Heianjo one, and the joints of patterns are bit thicker too. Typically, most of Owari Sukashi Tsuba has a symmetry pattern.


What is Tsuba?
Tsuba is the hand-guard of the Japanese sword. High-class Samurai wore his katana sword with its beautiful sword mountings such as Tsuba. The front design of Tsuba tends to be more decorative as this part was often seen by other Samurais when he was walking on the streets.

Dettagli lotto
Numero totale di oggetti
1
Oggetto
Tsuba
Tecnica
openwork
Materiale
Ghisa
Periodo
Periodo Edo (1600-1868)
Regione/ Paese d'origine
Giappone
Artista/fabbricante
Owari school's maker
Attribuzione
Originale
Tema/raffigurazione
Fan
Titolo dell'opera
Antique Tsuba for Samurai Sword (T-55)
Condizioni
In buone condizioni, vedi descrizione
Dimensioni
0.5×8.4×8.6 cm
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