Japanese sword guard -tsuba-, made in Edp era, 17th century, Japan
Tsuba or Sword Guard depicting an Oni teasing a Nio, by Hata Nobuyoshi (1807-78). Iron, gold and silver. Japan, late Edo period, c.1850.
Tsuba with design of Kinko riding on a carp. Edo period–Meiji era mid to late 19th century - Takamoto Hidemune (Japanese, 1819–1887), Tanaka School
A Shibayama-style inlaid gold lacquer tsuba by Shingetsu, Meiji Period. Shibayama-style.
Tsuba or Sword Guard, depicting Shoki the Demon Queller by Seiryoken Hagiya Katsuhira (1804-080). Shakudo, copper, gold and shibuichi. Japan, late Edo period, c.1850.
Tsuba with design of ropes and anchors | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
朧月象ヲ也 Oboro Tsukiyou o Nari
太刀金具師 桐文散図 赤銅地 葵形太刀鍔