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Tsuba with design of twelve mon (crests).  Japanese early to mid-19th century.  Overall: 6.8 x 6.6 x 0.6 cm (2 11/16 x 2 5/8 x ¼ in.).  Main material: shibuichi; decorative technique: sukashi-bori.  William Sturgis Bigelow Collection, MFA.  A tsuba is a hand-guard for a Japanese sword

Tsuba with design of twelve mon (crests). Japanese early to century. Overall: x x cm x 2 x ¼ in. A tsuba is a hand-guard for a Japanese sword

Sword Guard (Tsuba)  Date: 16th century Culture: Japanese Medium: Iron

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

Tsuba with design of arrow-flights  Japanese, Edo Period, early to mid-19th century, MFA

Tsuba 鍔 with design of arrow-flights - Japanese, Edo Period, early to century ·«ǂ

Tsuba with design of terns or swallows and waves  Japanese, Edo Period, early to mid-19th century, MFA

Tsuba with design of terns or swallows and waves Japanese, Edo Period, early to century, MFA

Sword Guard (Tsuba) Inscribed by Washida Mitsunaka  (Japanese, born 1829

Sword Guard (Tsuba) Inscribed by Washida Mitsunaka (Japanese, born 1829

Trois tsuba marugata en fer et rehauts dorés, <br>à décor ajourés, <br>d'un dragon parmi des motifs stylisés, <br>de style Namban ; de guerriers dans un bateau un dragon dans les flots ; de loirs dans des pampres de vigne. Japon, <br>XIXe siècle. Diam. 7,1 à 80cm.

Trois tsuba marugata en fer et rehauts dorés, <br>à décor ajourés…

鍔 無銘 京正阿弥 芦鷺透鍔 保存刀装具鑑定書

鍔 無銘 京正阿弥 芦鷺透鍔 保存刀装具鑑定書

Samurai Crests great for graphic or embroidery patterns finally i found it :)

侍の芸術 (Arte Del Samurai)

A Kimono and an Obi have many things with a family cost of arms as a motif.

This "Tsuba" (guardia de espada) es de ocho Ventiladores Que representan Diversos Motivos Naturales de Radiación Alrededor de la abertura ce ...

This ‘tsuba’ (sword guard) is made of eight fans depicting various natural motifs radiating around the central opening. Two fans are slightly truncated to allow for the hair pick’s opening. The fans depict bamboo, willow, Mt.Fuji, water, and stylized.

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!

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Tsuba with design of two carp and bamboo Japanese, Edo Period, Early

Mokume-gane is a Japanese technique developed several centuries ago, of layering precious metals and patterning them. It originates from the ancient Japanese technique of creating damascus steel which was used for sword blades. Two or more metals are stacked in alternating sheets and fused together. The billet is then forged, formed, and filed to reveal an interesting pattern of the layers of sheet. "Mokume-gane" means wood grain.

Mokume-gane is a Japanese technique developed several centuries ago, of layering…

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