Tsubas, the Pride of Japan’s Tradition.
Archive for October, 2023
8.0 cm 3.2. Length 8.0 cm 3.2. Height 0.4cm (0.2in). So you may be billed these charges when this item be delivered. Please feel free to ask us if you have any questions! Please enjoy your shopping!
Length 8.0 cm (3.2 in). Width 7.8cm (3.1in).
One antique Japanese Heianjo iron tsuba. Triple Tomoe (comma) design also known as a Mitsudomoe. Inlaid brass leaves and gourds (now mostly missing).
This is a large iron tsubame by Yamayoshibei. The dango shaped watermark conveys the impermanence of the warring states world. It is inscribed “Yamakichihei”. Height 8.4 cm. Width 7.6 cm. The tsuba, also known as the sword guard, is an integral component of Japanese swords that serves both a functional and aesthetic purpose. The tsuba […]
Tsuba Big Dipper watermark pattern Japanese sword accessories. 7.7cm Width: approx. 7.6cm Thickness: 0.3cm. The tsuba protects the skin of the hand during combat, as it serves as a protective fist during combat. [accessories] There are no accessories. [Condition] There are scratches and scuffs due to age. Please read the notes carefully. [Notes] There may […]
TSUBA Sukashi Kiku Chrysanthemum Japanese Iron Sword Guard Edo Antique Original. Zougan inlay technique is used. The color is added by using a crafting technique in which different materials are inlaid into one material. Length: 6.8cm. Width: 6.4cm. Thickness: 0.53cm. Weight: 104.5g. This is very old antique item, please check the condition carefully in the […]
8.5 cm 3.4. Length 8.5 cm 3.4. Height 0.4cm (0.2in). So you may be billed these charges when this item be delivered. Please feel free to ask us if you have any questions! Please enjoy your shopping!
Thank you for your understanding.
Japanese Antique Samurai TSUBA Katana Sword Hilt. Tsuba is the hand guard mounted on a Japanese sword. It serves to keep the user’s hand from sliding up onto the blade of the sword, to counterbalance the weight of the blade, to communicate the social standing, beliefs and tastes of its owner, and, to some degree, […]