Pittura e Scultura



Lacquers - Magic of Urushi  
Painting  
Samurai Armor The Japanese armor, as we know it, was born between the 10th and the 11th Century as an evolution of more ancient...
Ceramic  
Kabuto, the Samurai Helmet   The helmet was the most difficult part of a samurai armor to make and was usually the work of a...
Japnese Buddhist Sculptures  
Collectibles  
Menpo, the Samurai Mask   Masks were added to the Samurai armors to serve as a protection for the head and the face from cuttings...
Nihontō, the Japanese Sword The Japanese sword is probably the most perfect cold weapon ever produced by mankind. With few...
Samurai Accessories A samurai would often have, when wearing his armor, some accouterments which could indicate his role of...
Tsuba and kodogu The tsuba is usually a round guard at the end of the grip of a Japanese sword. They contribute to the balance of...
Art of the Samurai Since the Heian period, samurai were granted lands from their lords after achieving success in battles, where...
Japanese folding screens Japanese screens, known as byōbu, is a folding screen that is literally translated to “protection from...
Painting and Sculptures
Japanese arts and crafts   Our goal is to provide unique and rare items to serious collectors, museums, and galleries around the...

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