I have a couple of tsuba I thought I would show and get opinions on. I saw these and have not too much knowledge of them, though I know they're probably Edo-period (?) as I read that ornamental fittings came more into vogue around that time. I could and (probably be) totally off base with these. Either way, I didn't pay too much for them.
Let me know what you think and any information you might be able to glean from the pictures.
The first tsuba is 5.45cm x 4.1cm, Thickness: 0.5cm, Inside hole is 2.4cm x 0.75cm(max width) x 0.2cm(min width)
The second tsuba is 6cm x 4.7cm, thickness: 0.5cm, Inside hole is 2.4cm x 0.7cm (max width) x 0.2cm (min width)
Thanks for any education guys!