Japanese Antique Samurai Sword Shakudo and Suaka and Silver Zogan Tsuba with Skeleton Design with Box. Depicting a “Nozarashi” design. Nozarashi, meaning “exposed in a field” in Japanese, is a motif of skeletons, skulls, and bones. It is a symbol of courage or preparedness. And samurai often liked the nozarashi design. On front side, it depicts a skull, bones, fire, and snake. Shakudo zogan on right side of skull, suaka (copper) zogan on fire and snake, and silver zogan on a skull. On back side, clouds design is engraved on top, and silver zogan is inlaid on bones. Comes with a box (no cushion). 8.1 x 7.3cm. Condition of zogan is excellent. This breathtaking tsuba is a very desirable piece for your collection! Check out our Instagram (ID: haganeantiquesjp) and feel free to follow us! Typically 2-5 days for arrival. Please know that it may take longer depending on a postal service at your country. Asia : 16.00 USD. Middle East: 22.00 USD. Europe : 24.00 USD. Africa: 26.00 USD. All orders are packaged with the greatest of care to ensure their safe arrival. We may open a case. All sales are final. If item is damaged upon arrival. Please note that if the parcel where an item was broken and delivered to the addressee in such a condition, the addressee should keep the parcel and broken item, and declare the damage to the local post office. Please contact to the custom at your end. We’ll gladly add photographs upon your request. Thank you for your kind understanding on our policy. The item “TB19055 Japanese Antique Samurai Sword Nozarashi Design Zogan TSUBA” is in sale since Tuesday, June 11, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Tsuba”. The seller is “haganeantiquesjp” and is located in Kyoto. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
- Region of Origin: Japan
- Age: Early Edo period
- Primary Material: Iron
- Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
Categorised as: tb19055
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