samurai helmets

Japanese armor with “Kyu” kamonMid Edo period, 18th century EXHIBITIONMei Tō - Katchu Ten (“Exhibition of famous swords and armor”), Izumi National History Museum, 2002 LITERATUREMei Tō - Katchu Ten, Izumi National History Museum, 2002, Cat. 56. Pag. 72 This Samurai armor features some typical characteristics of Kaga’s armor-smiths, famous for their fine and richly decorated suits of armor. Although the configuration of this samurai armor is mainly classic, there are various elements typical of this region, like the heart-shaped holes (inome,...

Sekka Kamisaka (1866-1942)ChigusaSigned: Artist's seal on all printsEditor:Yamada Naosaburo, Unsodo. First edition: 1899Oban yoko-e: 24 x 35,5 cmPainter and designer, Kamisaka Sekka has been one of the most important Japanese artists who brought the traditional aesthetic in the western world. Sekka came from a samurai family - his father was in service at the imperial palace in Kyoto - and studied art during a very delicate period of Japanese history: the transition between the old feudal system of the Edo period to the modern capitalistic one of the Meiji restoration. It has...

SaihaiCommander batonMid Edo Period (1615-1867)Lacquered wood with golden paperLenght: 40 cm 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 golden paper, hung with a rope to the stick. Price: 1600 €Saihai for sale. Please include item stock number: alt-1439 

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