lacquer armor

samurai iron mask for armor  Kaga Myochin school
Ryūbu menpōHalf mask for samurai armor with “noble” expressionKaga Myōchin school, early Edo Period (1615-1867)17th centuryRemovable nose and horsehair application; the surface finished with a file-marks pattern (yasurime).This large menpo shows all the main features of the masks produced in the Kaga area by the various schools of armorers that were active there. The triangular jaw delimited by prominent semicircular embossed parts, the wide oval mouth without teeth and the surface with parallel lines engraved one by one (yasurime) are in fact all recurring elements of...

 evira Faretra da samurai Metà del periodo Edo, 17º-18º secolo
EbiraSamurai open quiverMid Edo period, 17th-18th centuryHeight: 35 cm This black lacquered antique ebira is decorated on the front side with a gold lacquer family crest (kamon) with ishidatami (paving stone) design. High quality level engraved metal kanamono have been applied to decorate and protect all corners and borders.The back side is covered with stenciled dear skin and a belt made of same leather is tied to the sides.Ebira for sale. Price on application. Please include item stock number: acc-1466   

Dangae-dō tosei gusoku
Dangae-dō tosei gusokuSamurai armor with a mixed styles cuirass PERIODMid Edo period (1615-1868), 18th century The armor shows an unknown family crest on its helm and on the backs of the hands (tekko).The components of the armor are upholstered with leather, which has been applied also to the ligatures of the lower part of the cuirass (produced with iyo-zane plates) using a more rare manufacturing than the common lacquer trims.The sixty-two plate helm (kabuto) is of type suji bachi, and it is covered in black lacquer, as well as the mask (menpo) and the three limb...

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