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Menuki of snowflakes from one of the greats in kinko work, Kano Natsuo. He lived through the opening up of Japan to the west and saw the transition all of the kinko workers had to make going from sword fittings to making wares for Western Trade. He Learned Trade through his Apprenticeship to Aoka Harutsura. He Worked from 1850-1895. https://www.facebook.com/marcuschambersmetalarts/photos_stream

Menuki of snowflakes from one of the greats in kinko work, Kano Natsuo. He lived through the opening up of Japan to the west and saw the transition all of the kinko workers had to make going from sword fittings to making wares for Western Trade. He Learned Trade through his Apprenticeship to Aoka Harutsura. He Worked from 1850-1895. https://www.facebook.com/marcuschambersmetalarts/photos_stream

Japan  Sword Menuki, 19th century  Metalwork, Various metals, gold. LACMA

Japan Sword Menuki, 19th century Metalwork, Various metals, gold. LACMA

雪模様の印籠(「雪華文蒔絵印籠」)

雪模様の印籠(「雪華文蒔絵印籠」)

Daimyô wedding set with pine, bamboo, and cherry blossom decoration [Japan] (10.7.1-.31) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Daimyô wedding set with pine, bamboo, and cherry blossom decoration [Japan] (10.7.1-.31) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

団扇透図鍔 古正阿弥 団扇透図鍔 古正阿弥…

団扇透図鍔 古正阿弥 団扇透図鍔 古正阿弥…

Shakudō tsuba with golden chrysanthemums. ca. 1615–1868 Japan.

Shakudō tsuba with golden chrysanthemums. ca. 1615–1868 Japan.

proper way to wear waraji

proper way to wear waraji

Koi carp tsuba from 1615-1868 Japan. Iron, copper-gold alloy (shakudō) with gold and copper inlay.

Koi carp tsuba from 1615-1868 Japan. Iron, copper-gold alloy (shakudō) with gold and copper inlay.

Tsuba (sword guard) by Kaga Goto (Edo period), Japan 雲龍図鐔 加賀後藤

Tsuba (sword guard) by Kaga Goto (Edo period), Japan 雲龍図鐔 加賀後藤

"Tsuba (sword guard) with Insects in Autumn Grass  The open work design on this tsuba is of pampas grass. At the bottom, beneath the central opening, is a cricket. At the upper right is a moth. 18th century, Japan"

"Tsuba (sword guard) with Insects in Autumn Grass The open work design on this tsuba is of pampas grass. At the bottom, beneath the central opening, is a cricket. At the upper right is a moth. 18th century, Japan"

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