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Tsuba with design of military accoutrements Japanese, Edo Period, Late 18th century By Takase Eiju, Japanese, active 1775–1800 School Mito School, Japanese, 18th through 20th century, MFA

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刀と鍔,鍔の剣,侍鍔,日本刀,鍔ガード,スチール,Tsuba Japanese,Japanese Weapons,Sword Samurai

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IMAGES OF JAPANESE WEAPONS | 100 Tsuba and japanese swords accessories

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Edo Some leaves are engraved openwork on round shape iron Tsuba.

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Monkey Tsuba

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At the beginning, the Samurai sword guard was made of leather placed on a frame made of wood or iron. Description from muza-chan.net. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Tsuba with design of two dragons. Japanese, Edo period, early to mid-19th century.

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Swords Komachi sword brace item number [B051214] brim: Mumei (Ito faction) UmeTatsuki Toru-zu

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Tsuba with design of two carp. Edo period–Meiji era mid to late 19th century (before 1890) Ômori Teruhide (Japanese, 1730–1798)

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Azuchi Momoyama period Special feature : Brushwood fence design carved on Yamagane Nanakoji plate and inlaid with gold. Brushwood fence has a meaning for boundary between ‘sanctuary’ in Japanese Shinto shrine.