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  1. good morning. here is my latest acquisition and I have many questions. the nakago takes me back to yamato school with yasurime takanoha and nakagojiri agari. I post some photos that should save me from talking nonsense. RG. Caractéristiques du wakisashi.docx
  2. good morning. here is a signed kashira that I cannot identify. could you help me? thank you in advance have a nice day. Rodríguez.
  3. Sukenao apprenticed in Sukehiro's workshop and soon became Sukehiro II's student. After Sukehiro's death in Tenwa 2 (1682), he started using "tsuda" again. He also changed the style of his kanji from kaku (square) to maru (rounded), just like Sukehiro! He actively worked at the head of the Tsuda school, and was the true successor of "Tsuda Sukehiro"! He was given the name "magodaiyu" (director or steward).
  4. good morning. I probably misspoke. I only recalled similarities. Cordially. RG.
  5. for sale 820 euros. Signed: Tsuda Ohmi no kami Sukenao. Nagasa: 40.0 cm. Sori: 0.8 cm. Moto-haba: 2.7 cm. Saki-haba: 2.1 cm. Moto-gasane: 0.6 cm. Saki-gasan: 0.5 cm Kitae kizu. Hada:Itame. Hamon: Gunome. The shape of the short nakago recalls the muromachi period as well as this mixture in the ji because above the shinogi, there is a reminder of masame and below the shinogi it is itame as in the koto period.
  6. good morning. the nakago of this wakisashi has a yasurime higaki so probably yamato, mino, or naminohira school. my lack of knowledge leads me to this observation. on the other hand I can not make the hamon and the ji coincide in its cases. could you help me. best regards and have a nice day. rodriguez.
  7. Wakizashi blade. Unsigned For sale 720 euros. In old plish. Sold as is. Nagasa: 50.7 cm. Sori: 1.2 cm. Moto-haba: 3.0 cm. Saki-haba: 1.8 cm. Moto-gasane: 0.6 cm. Saki-gasane: 0.4 cm.
  8. for sale: 760 euros. Tsukurikomi : Hirazukuri. Sori : Torii Sori Nakago : 12 cm. Ko Wakizashi in koshirae. Non signé. Vendu en l'état. Nagasa : 37,5 cm. Sori : 0,8 cm. Moto-haba : 2,8 cm. Saki-haba : -.- cm. Moto -gasane : 0,6 cm Saki-gasan :-.- cm Lame nue : 269g .
  9. Good evening. here is the final version of the kantei on a wakisashi that I exhibited last Saturday. could you tell me if I am approaching a form of reality or if I am still far away... Many thanks to you and have a nice evening. RG. SUGATA : Tsukurikomi : Shinogi zukuri . Torii Sori (Kyo Sori). Cette forme porte le nom du Torii ou porte d'entrée d'un sanctuaire shintoïste, ressemblant à la traverse incurvée. Le point le plus profond du torii sori coïncide avec le point médian de la lame. Kyo est un nom alternatif pour la province de Yamashiro , où de nombreuses épées de cette forme ont été fabriquées. Les sores d'une lame se trouvent en déterminant le point le plus profond de la courbe le long de la mune entre le munemachi et l'extrémité extrême du kissaki (section ponctuelle). mihaba (身幅), largeur de la lame du mune au tranchant : 28,8mm. sakihaba (先幅), largeur de la lame mesurée au yokoté : 22,2mm. saki-kasane 先重ね, épaisseur au yokoté : 4,2mm. moto-haba身幅, largeur entre le tranchant et le mune : 28,8mm. moto-kasane元重ね, épaisseur du mune : 6,2mm. kissaki : funbari (踏張り) d’origine. Lame large qui se rétrécit sensiblement mais uniformément vers la pointe n'a pas de funbari. kissaki : chu-kissaki. Fukura : rounded fukura. Shinogi : arrête longitudinale sur la lame.low shinogi, typique pour les lames Bizen et Soshu. shinogi-ji : surface de la lame comprise entre le shinogi et le mune. low shinogi . Les forgerons Sôshû et Yamashiro ont épaisseur du mune : un shinogi-Ji étroit. Mune, 棟 : iori mune. Hada : itame-hada (板目肌). Hamon : yahazu (矢筈) , Éléments midare fourchus ou en forme de queue d'arondequi ressemblent à des encoches de flèche ( yahazu ). Cette interprétation est souvent vue sur les épées Mino. tobiyaki (飛焼き) Taches durcies dans le ji qui ne sont pas reliées au hamon . bôshi 帽子 : la continuation du hamon dans le kissaki qui court avec un kaeri (返り). togari-bôshi (尖り帽子) - à l'époque du koto, il était plus courant de laisser le hamon s'écouler « naturellement » dans le kissaki . (Pointe de la lame). Lorsqu'il y avait une tendance à reculer vers le kotô à la fin de la période Edo, le hamon a également poursuivi sa tendance à nouveau dans le bôshi . Nakago : ubu. Le Nakago est la soie d'une lame japonaise. Il est appelé Ubu s'il n'a pas été raccourci ou altéré. Forme typique d'Ubu Nakago (Futsu Gata) Cette forme générale est le type nakago qui survient le plus fréquemment. Yasurimei : Les Yasurime (modèles de marques de fichiers) sont une considération importante dans le kantei (évaluation). Nakagogiri : extrémité du nakago . Période mi-Edo (1688-1781)
  10. I allow myself to add other photos through the response as well as a preview of kantei, hoping for your approval. have a good day. RG. SUGATA: Shinogi-zukuri Koshizori: curvature located ds. The first third of the blade from the mune-machi. mihaba (身 幅), width of the blade from mune to cutting edge: 28.8mm. sakihaba (先 幅), width of the blade measured with the yokoté: 22.2mm. saki-kasane 先 重 ね, yokoté thickness: 4.2mm. moto-haba 身 幅, width between cutting edge and mune: 28.8mm. moto-kasane 元 重 ね, mune thickness: 6.2mm. kissaki: original funbari (踏 張 り). Wide blade that tapers noticeably but evenly towards the tip has no funbari. kissaki: chu-kissaki. Fukura: rounded fukura. Shinogi: longitudinal stop on the blade. Low shinogi, typical for Bizen and Soshu blades. shinogi-ji: surface of the blade between the shinogi and the mune. low shinogi. The blacksmiths Sôshû and Yamashiro have thickness of the mune: a narrow shinogi-ji. mune, 棟: iori mune. Hada: itame-hada (板 目 肌). Hamon: yahazu (矢 筈).
  11. Hello again. The photos of the wakisashi weren't good so I take the liberty of picking up the subject a bit. Have a good day. RG.
  12. Hello. I just bought this wakisashi. I have tried to find the kantei of this blade and I would like to hear from you. I haven't finished studying this blade. Thank you and good day. RG. SUGATA: Shinogi-zukuri Koshizori: curvature located ds. The first third of the blade from the mune-machi. mihaba (身 幅), width of the blade from mune to cutting edge: 28.8mm. sakihaba (先 幅), width of the blade measured with the yokoté: 22.2mm. saki-kasane 先 重 ね, yokoté thickness: 4.2mm. moto-haba 身 幅, width between cutting edge and mune: 28.8mm. moto-kasane 元 重 ね, mune thickness: 6.2mm. kissaki: original funbari (踏 張 り). Wide blade that tapers noticeably but evenly towards the tip has no funbari. kissaki: chu-kissaki. Fukura: rounded fukura. Shinogi: longitudinal stop on the blade. Low shinogi, typical for Bizen and Soshu blades. shinogi-ji: surface of the blade between the shinogi and the mune. low shinogi. The blacksmiths Sôshû and Yamashiro have thickness of the mune: a narrow shinogi-ji. mune, 棟: iori mune. Hada: itame-hada (板 目 肌). Hamon: yahazu (矢 筈).
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