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Dai-Sho Edo period

SKU: DAI001

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This is an original DAI-SHO from Japan, with a nice KOSHIRAE

Dai (Katana): made by Fujiwara Kanesaki (Inshu) / Myoichi Bunsei 13 Nen Seishu (Edo period - Bunsei era - 1831) NBTHK Hozon Nagasa: 65.0 cm

Sho (Wakizashi): made by: Bishu Okayama Ju Kunimune (Edo period - Manji era - 1658-1661) Nagasa 40.15 cm

Details:

Dai: Katana in Koshirae (NBTHK Hozon paper)
Signature(s): Fujiwara Kanesaki (Inshu) / Myoichi Bunsei 13 Nen Seishu
Explanation: Fujiwara Kanesaki (Inshu) made this sword. Hooray Mei Myoichi Bunsei 13 Nen Seishu.
The Nichiren Buddhist quarter introduced Myuichi to Kanesaki and engraved this name on a sword tang in the pleasant clear autumn of 1831.
The blade is polished.
Habaki: Silver double Habaki
Blade length (nagasa): 65.0 cm
Sori: 1.06 cm
Mekugi: 1
Hamachi width: 2.9 cm
Width in Kissaki: 1.92 cm
Length: 0.66 cm
Era: Edo period Bunsei era. in 1831.
Shape: The blade is quite wide and thick with suitable sori and longer kissaki.
Kitae: Koitame is well-grained with a jinie weave and a soft texture.
Hamon konie deki choji midare and gunome midare
Special feature: Fujiwara Kanesaki worked in Tottori Inshu and continued until the late Edo period.
On the upper part of the signature, Myo-ichi means that the Buddhist headquarters of Nichiren presented this word to Kanesaki and wrote the name Myoichi on the tango.
Such customs occurred in the middle Edo period.
Koshirae:
Saya: Black roiro saya.
Tsuba: The shape of the kiku flower and the family coat of arms are carved on the shakudo nanako board.
Menuki: Japanese old instruments Tsuzumi and Fue
Fuchikashira: The shakudo nanako are engraved in gold on the board.
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Sho: Wakizashi in Koshirae
Signed: Bishu Okayama Ju Kunimune
The blade is polished.
Habaki: Silver double Habaki
Blade length (nagasa): 40.15 cm
Sori: 0.6 cm
Mekugi: 2
Hamachi width: 3.08 cm
Width in Kissaki: 2.13 cm
Length: 0.61 cm
Era: Edo period Manji era. 1658
Special feature: Bishu Okayama Ju Kunimune, He was the son of Shigeuemon era Masashige Manji.
Koshirae:
Saya: Black roiro saya.
Tsuba: The shape of the kiku flower and the family coat of arms are carved on the shakudo nanako board.
Menuki: Japanese ols instruments Tsuzumi and Fue
Kozuka: On the shakudo nanako plate, fans are engraved in gold. The back has an indentation.
Kogatana: The signature is mentioned as Inshu Jyu Kanesaki.


From Aoi Art: This pair of Daisho sets is original Daisho and in good condition.
The owner was a high-ranking samurai who used it as a Daisho set.
The condition of Tsuba and Fuchikashire is quite nice.
Daisho Kunimune and Kanesaki both do well.
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NBTHK Hozon Paper for Katana
Aoi Art papers for wakizashi and katana



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