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A Japanese Edo period iron tsuba, circular shape pierced and inlaid with goldwork pine trees, with NBTHK papers. Diameter 7.7 cm.

A fine Japanese Edo iron tsuba by Kigen, circular with pierced grass motif and gilt fireflies. Signed with NBTHK papers 23 April 1996. C. 1740. Diameter 7.2 cm.

Koto Wakizashi Ubu by Kaneharu Saku Mino province, Muromachi period. Blade shape of hirazukure, iroi mune, sakizori, bohi. Tempering of gunome notare midare, togare, deep ashi iri, yo, choji, nado. Boshi is jizo. Forging is itame hada, some looseness, fain

Shinto Wakizashi by Yamashiro Kuni Ju Fujiwara Tsunahiro circa 1670, with tang signed 'Yamashiro Kuni Ju Fujiwara'. It was quite common for the owners of Japanese swords to shorten them by having a swordsmith cut down the tang to suit the owner's fighting

Two pairs of Japanese Menuki, sword Mountings & mixed metal Fuchi, Hilt collar, 20th century, part of sword furniture stored in a paulowmia wood presentation box, with documentation [8]

A 19th century Japanese Tsuba inlaid in gold and silver depicting seated warriors

A Soten style iron tsuba, Meiji period, decorated in gold 'nunomezogan' signed 'hikone junin soten sei', 7 cm long

A Japanese wakazashi (short sword) of middle to late Edo period with fuchi-kashira showing a kabuto, the tsuba with silver flowers in relief, the blade with visible temper line, black lacquered scabbard. Length 57.5 cm

An Edo period iron plate tsuba of circular shape with pierced kite design. C.18th century. Diameter 7.3 cm weight 101gms

An Edo period iron Shoamii school Sx lobed shaped tsuba, 18th century, the surface tsuchime ji with pierced clouds. Large size.3 x 7.4 cm weight 102gms

An Edo period iron tsuba. C.1800, of plain pierced marugata shape. Diameter 7.2 cm weight 82gm

A late Edo period iron tsuba of marugata shape with pierced geometrical design. Diameter 7.3 cm weight 113gms

A good Edo period Wakazashi tsuba. Tsuchime ji surface and raised mimi (edge), the relief scene of a senne under a pine tree. 'The first Snow of the Season' gold and silver zogan inlay detais. X 6.3 cm weight 79gms

A late Edo period Wakazashi tsuba of Nagamaru gata shape. C.1800, with shisabori carving of cranes flying in a mountain landscape and gold zogan grasses.7 x 6.2 cm weight 109gms

An early Edo iron tsuba of nagamaru gata shape, 7th century, signed GO, with pierced lantern motif.6 x 6.3 cm weight 73gms

An early Edo period heavy iron tsuba of marugata (round) shape. 7th century. Pierced with a stylised flower design and signed Tadakazu. Diameter 7 cm weight 124gms

An Edo period iron tsuba of Mokkogata shape with a pierced waterwheel above incised waves. Tuschime ji. Sun and moom Udenuki Ana.5 x 7.7 cm weight 100gms

An early 19th century Edo period Tanto tsuba. Bamboo, grasses and sparrow in zogan, shakudo, with gilt details.8 x 5.2 cm weight 45gms

An iron Momoyama period C.1680 oval tsuba, signed. Toshimune. Punched diaper pattern. X 6.5 cm weight 94gms

A late Edo period pierced iron tsuba in Sukashi style. C.1850. Oval Ngamaru gata shape. X 6.5 cm weight 54gms

An early iron Japanese tsuba. Ngamaru (oval). Pierced with pine trees and a waterwheel. 6th-17th century.2 x 7.4 cm weight 160gms

A small good late Edo period Wakazashi tsuba. C1800. A kaga zogan inlay of pampas grasses with a kintokin edge. Oval shape. 5.4 x 5 cm weight 58gms

A good Edo period iron tsuba of nagamaru shape (oval) with zogan gold inlay. Copper mimi (edge) with pierced ko sukashi and Udenuki Ana.7 x 6.3 cm weight 67gm

An 18th century Edo period oval shape (Marugata) iron tsuba, the surface of the iron finely inlaid in Heianjo style with brass scrolls and spirals. Some losses.8 x 7 cm weight 9.5 cm

A good Edo period oval iron tsuba 18th century. An inlay of gold vines with grapes, over copper stringing, the iron surface hammered all over.1 x 6.7 cm weight 93gms

A good Edo period oval iron tsuba. C.1800, the shishiabori design of a dragon on clouds above waves, signed (not read).0 x 6.8 cm weight 108gms

A good late Edo period heavy iron tsuba. For katana/wakazashi. Marugata shape with sukashi and shishiabori carving of juxtaposed whisk brooms on both sides. C.1800. Diameter 7.2 cm weight 124gms

A very unusual and decorative ornamental tsuba of very large size. Made in the Taisho period for ceremonial purpose, the four lobed shape has a relief design of a young boy with a hobby horse in silver, gold, bronze, shakudo and copper, the reverse with sh

A good Edo period Sentoku bronze tsuba of nagamaru (oval) shape. 8th century, the polished surface with incised pattern of sparrows flying above waves. Udenuki Ana.2 x 5.8 cm weight 61gms

A good mid-Edo period tsuba. C.1800. Ngamaru gata shape with Tsuchime ji surface. A zogan dragon in inlaid brass emerges from inside.4 x 6.8 cm weight 98gms

A good late Edo period Wakazashi tsuba of oval shape. In sentoku bronze with shakudo, silver and gold inlay of three chickens and wild flowers and grasses.6 x 4.6 cm weight 58gms

An early Edo peony tsuba with brass overlay zogan and shaped petal edge. C.1750. Diameter 6.3 cm weight 107gms

A very good Wakazashi oval iron Edo period tsuba, decorated with gold and silver zogan inlay scene of an old man with geese under a pine tree. Mountain landscape on the reverse. 5.2 x 6 cm weight 100gms

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