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Two pairs of menuki in the form of geese and swallows  Japanese, Edo period–Meiji era, mid to late 19th century  By Gotô Ichijo, Japanese, 1791–1876  School Gotô School, Japanese, Main material: shakudo; other metals: gold, silver, copper and shibuichi; decorative technique: uchidashi, takabori, iroe hirazogan, MFA

Two pairs of menuki in the form of geese and swallows Japanese, Edo period–Meiji era, mid to late 19th century By Gotô Ichijo, Japanese, 1791–1876 School Gotô School, Japanese, Main material: shakudo; other metals: gold, silver, copper and shibuichi; decorative technique: uchidashi, takabori, iroe hirazogan, MFA

Pair of menuki in the form of hawks  Japanese, mid-19th century Main material: gold; other metals: shakudo and shibuichi; decorative technique: uchidashi, takabori, zogan

Pair of menuki in the form of hawks Japanese, mid-19th century Main material: gold; other metals: shakudo and shibuichi; decorative technique: uchidashi, takabori, zogan

Figure runaway horse Menuki Goto Tsuno Tujo-Goto Menuki

Figure runaway horse Menuki Goto Tsuno Tujo-Goto Menuki

Menuki in the form of a butterfly  Japanese, Edo Period, early to mid-19th century  Naomichi, Japanese, about 1800–1850, Main material: shakudo; other metals: gold, silver and copper; decorative technique: uchidashi, takabori, iroe hirazogan, MFA

Menuki in the form of a butterfly Japanese, Edo Period, early to mid-19th century Naomichi, Japanese, about 1800–1850, Main material: shakudo; other metals: gold, silver and copper; decorative technique: uchidashi, takabori, iroe hirazogan, MFA

Menuki | Japanese Sword Shop Aoi-Art.

Menuki | Japanese Sword Shop Aoi-Art.

Fu Dog, Menuki , Botan-Shishi , Yanagawa Naomasa

Fu Dog, Menuki , Botan-Shishi , Yanagawa Naomasa

A silver incense burner (koro) By Kai'un, Meiji period (late 19th century)

A silver incense burner (koro) By Kai'un, Meiji period (late 19th century)

Naotomo - Crustacean with Leaves & Feathers Tsuba. Shibuichi with Gold & Silver Inlays. Japan. Edo Period, Late-18th to Early-19th Centuries.

Naotomo - Crustacean with Leaves & Feathers Tsuba. Shibuichi with Gold & Silver Inlays. Japan. Edo Period, Late-18th to Early-19th Centuries.

Silver Tsuba (sword guard), Edo period (19th century), Japan

Silver Tsuba (sword guard), Edo period (19th century), Japan

MENUKI IMAGES | Menuki New Sword Equipment | Japanese Swords and Bladed Weapon ...

MENUKI IMAGES | Menuki New Sword Equipment | Japanese Swords and Bladed Weapon ...

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