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Sword Guard (Tsuba)  Date: 19th century  Culture: Japanese  Medium: Iron, gold, copper  Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sword Guard (Tsuba) Date: century Culture: Japanese Medium: Iron, gold, copper Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sword Guard (Tsuba)  Date: 19th century  Culture: Japanese  Medium: Iron, gold, copper  Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fishstick Monkey Sword Guard (Tsuba) Date: century Culture: Japanese Medium: Iron, gold, copper Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sword Guard (Tsuba) Date: 19th century Culture: Japanese Medium: Iron, gold, copper

Sword Guard (Tsuba) Date: century Culture: Japanese Medium: Iron, gold, copper

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

Tsuba with design of caparisoned elephant | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Japanese Edo period late 18th to mid-19th century Tsuchiya Yasuchika (Japanese, 1670–1744), School Nara School (Japanese)

Tsuba with design of caparisoned elephant Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Japanese Edo period late to century Tsuchiya Yasuchika (Japanese, School Nara School (Japanese)

Tsuba in the form of a sleeping cat - mid to late 19th century | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Tsuba in the form of a sleeping cat - mid to late century

Tsuba with design of basketwork  Japanese, Edo Period, 18th century , MFA

Tsuba with design of basketwork Japanese, Edo Period, century , MFA. not just canework, but unravelling/not-yet-finished basketry!

鍔 無銘 南蛮 珠追双飛龍透鍔 保存刀装具鑑定書

鍔 無銘 南蛮 珠追双飛龍透鍔 保存刀装具鑑定書

Tsuba with design of cherry tree. Japanese Edo period early to mid-19th century (Ito Masahisa), Bushû School http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/tsuba-with-design-of-cherry-tree-11516

Tsuba with design of cherry tree. Japanese Edo period early to century (Ito Masahisa), Bushû School.

"Tsuba (sword guard) with Insects in Autumn Grass The open work design on this tsuba is of pampas grass. At the bottom, beneath the central opening, is a cricket. At the upper right is a moth. 18th century, Japan"

japaneseaesthetics: “ “Tsuba (sword guard) with Insects in Autumn Grass The open work design on this tsuba is of pampas grass. At the bottom, beneath the central opening, is a cricket. At the upper.

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