samurai tsuba

 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   

SaihaiSamurai comman der batonMid Edo Period, 18º centuryWood with silvered-copper mounts; paper finalLenght: 37 cm A rare saihai in red lacquer with golden foliage decoration and kamon (family crest) of the Tokugawa clan.Born as a tool to control the troops, the saihai changed his function during the Edo period and became an accessory to wear with the armor as a symbol of power.The saihai's final can be in different materials; sometimes is applied directly to the stick, some others hung with a small rope. In this case, it is decorated with hair, attached directly to the stick....

Miniature armor Ni-mai do tosei gusokuHeight: 50 cm 19th century During the 17th Century samurai families used to display a set of helmet and armor, weapons and banners outdoors on the Tango-no-Sekku Festival (The Boy’s Festival), held on the fifth day of the fifth month, designated as an important ceremonial day by the Edo Shogunate Government. Later in the Edo period these items, except for the banners, were moved indoor, on rooms facing the street. The style of displaying varied in accordance and the armors gradually became miniaturized, thus keeping splendid...

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