Be sure to read the note from us at the bottom. Various Insects carved inlay DAISHO IRON TSUBA. Butterfly, Ants, Katydids, Snail, Cricket? Various insects(worm) are be expression well. Also AJIRO(wickerwork) too. I’m sorry but I have no confidence that some insects are correct or not, for example cricket, Jewel beetle, and so on. Please teach me the correct name of them if you know. There is some traces of rubbed at inner Nakago hole on the one of pair. And the box’s frame of lid is a little broken, please check a photo. Nakago hole: 2.75cm x 0.8cm. Main body weight:125g. Nakago hole: 2.7cm x 0.7cm. Main body weight:121g. Main body weight:245g Total weight:390g. Condition:Good Damage:a little rusty, slightly broken box Accessory:Kiribako-box(damage). There might be some items whose materials or unseeable parts are deteriorated and become fragile. Please take notice of this point and take an especial care and use on your own responsibility. We try to give a detailed description, but some details might be omitted because. There are many combinations of parts and materials used for swords. So, we provide pictures which we want you to check. Please look carefully at the pictures as well as descriptions. Also, even if “Edo” is written in a title or description, not all parts are necessarily from. The Edo period because they might have been repaired later. Titles and short explanations we write are only for your reference. They don’t guarantee quality or value of items. Our view might differ from yours, and we might have overlooked. We could add more photos when necessary. We appreciate your understanding. The item “D1556 Japanese Edo Samurai Various Insects IRON DAISHO TSUBA katana koshirae” is in sale since Wednesday, May 12, 2021. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Tsuba”. The seller is “ensai-so-ken” and is located in Osaka, Osaka. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Region of Origin: Japan
- Color: Black
- Age: Pre-1800
- Primary Material: Iron
- Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
Categorised as: d1556
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