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Gunbai (war signal fan), By Myochin Muneyasu, Edo period, early 19th century Forged of iron and finished to a rich, dark chocolate-brown patina, the body of the fan boldly carved with two confronted dragons in billowing clouds, one dragon clutching a sacred jewel while the other holds a sacred ken in the coils of its tail, the reverse carved with the sun and a crescent moon on thick cloud bases.

Gunbai (war signal fan), By Myochin Muneyasu, Edo period, early 19th century Forged of iron and finished to a rich, dark chocolate-brown patina, the body of the fan boldly carved with two confronted dragons in billowing clouds, one dragon clutching a sacred jewel while the other holds a sacred ken in the coils of its tail, the reverse carved with the sun and a crescent moon on thick cloud bases.

Gunpai (General's war fan), Edo period, 19th century, small fan constructed of wood and lacquered glossy black and designed in red, gold and black hiramakie with circular configurations of the signs of the animals of the zodiac on one side and a calender with the phases of the moon centered by a Sanskrit character on the other, the handle decorated with three heraldic crests of lattice fences, fitted with copper reishi fungus-shaped hardware carved with dragons, 17in (43.1cm) long.

Gunpai (General's war fan), Edo period, century, small fan constructed of…

Gunpai (General's war fan), Edo period, 19th century, broad paddle mounted on a short handle and decorated in gold and silver hiramakie with a sun and a crescent moon and the characters Tenka taihei (Universal peace), and the heraldic crests of the Tokugawa family in various sizes against a black-lacquer ground on the reverse, the handle lacquered black and decorated with additional Tokugawa crests, gilt-copper hardware carved with scrolling vines on a nanako ground 19 5/8in (49.5cm) long.

Gunpai (General's war fan), Edo period, century, broad paddle mounted on a…

Fan, early 19th century. Artist not identified. SAMOA  pem.org

Samoan artist Fan, early century Pandanus, coconut leaflets, coconut fiber SAMOA Gift of Clifford Crowninshield and Matthew Folger, 1802

Gunpai (General's war fan), Edo period, 18th century, wood decorated with a sun and crescent moon in fundame lacquer against a glossy roiro ground, the long rectangular handle wrapped with bamboo grips. With a lacquered storage box decorated on the lid with the crest of the Taira family, the underside of the lid inscribed in red lacquer []Somi ko[]ke[]koku sen and dated An'ei sannen rokugatsu (6 month 1774) and signed Hiranobu [] Yuki, 21in (53cm) long; box 22 7/8in (58cm) long.

Gunpai (General's war fan), Edo period, century, wood decorated with a sun…

A Lacquer Gunbai [War Fan]   Edo Period (18th century)   Of typical form, decorated in iroe-takamaki-e and oil litharge and inlaid in mother-of-pearl on a red lacquer ground with Chinese boys beside a pavillion in a rocky landscape, the reverse with further Chinese figures beside a pine tree  45.5cm. high

A Lacquer Gunbai [War Fan] Edo Period (18th century) Of typical form, decorated in iroe-takamaki-e and oil litharge and inlaid in mother-of-pearl on a red lacquer ground with Chinese boys beside a pavillion in a rocky landscape, the reverse with further Chinese figures beside a pine tree 45.5cm. high

Gunbai - War fan  Gunbai (Gumbai), Gunpai (Gumpai) or dansen uchiwa (軍配?) were large solid open fans that could be solid iron, metal with wooden core, or solid wood, which were carried by high-ranking officers.[4] They were used to ward off arrows, as a sunshade, and to signal to troops.

Gunbai - War fan Gunbai (Gumbai), Gunpai (Gumpai) or dansen uchiwa (軍配?) were large solid open fans that could be solid iron, metal with wooden core, or solid wood, which were carried by high-ranking officers.[4] They were used to ward off arrows, as a sunshade, and to signal to troops.

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Decorated bronze mirror Iron Age, 50 BC - AD 50 From Desborough, Northamptonshire, England A highlight of British La Tène / Celtic Art

Black and red lacquer Gunpai (General’s war fan) Edo period, 19th century The broad paddle mounted on a short handle and decorated in gold and silver hiramakie with a sun and a crescent moon and the characters Tenka taihei (Universal peace), and the heraldic crests of the Tokugawa family in various sizes against a black-lacquer ground on the reverse, the handle lacquered black and decorated with additional Tokugawa crests, gilt-copper hardware carved with scrolling vines on a nanako ground.

explodingrocks: “ Black and red lacquer Gunpai (General’s war fan) Edo period, century, Japan The broad paddle mounted on a short handle and decorated in gold and silver hiramakie with a sun and.

takeshi toys: 4 тыс изображений найдено в Яндекс.Картинках

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阿以波の特型両透かし京うちわ「秋の野」黒 http://www.netyokocho.jp/gomei/category/2/5/

阿以波の特型両透かし京うちわ「秋の野」黒 http://www.netyokocho.jp/gomei/category/2/5/

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