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  1. Putting up for sale some nice and affordable items... these are actually not new to the board, previous post's been sabotaged, so I'm starting a new one) New stuff already went off FB. 1. Tigers in bamboo fuchi-kashira Craftsmanship in the essence. Look at the details, brilliant nanakoji, inlay work, carvings. Masterpiece grade item. Signed “Omori Teruhide Kao” Price: USD 750 2. Huang Shigong (Kosekiko) and Zhang Liang (Choryo) fuchi-kashira This is something really rare. Motif is quite popular but not so many items out there, especially f-k and this one is a true find. Fuchi is very nice, black shakudo dragon in golden waves, kashira is something special, miniature scene from the famous legend on finest nanakoji, you can see every detail, bridge surface is polished to mirror. A true masterpiece. Mumei Kyo-Kinko NTKK Kantei-sho (with English translation) Price: USD 400 3. Kirimon fuchi-kashira Very interesting f-k by the master of minute carvings Hosono Masamori. Signed “Hosono Sozaemon kore o horu, Hosono Masamori” Technique: suki-bori, kin-iroe Size: Fuchi: 3.7 x 1.9 x 0.8 cm Kashira: 3.3 x 1.7 x 0.6 cm Price: USD 250 4. Daruma and mokugyo/hossu (Zen Buddhism drum and brush) fuchi-kashira Famous design, nice work. Signed “Tou in-mei”, Tsuchiya Yasuchika Size: Fuchi: 34 x 17 mm Kashira: 31.6 x 12.5 mm Price: USD 250 Feel free to ask or buy) I paid more for all of these items so it's already a serious bargain. Don't miss your chance) Cheers!
  2. Gentlemen, I am looking for high quality Tsuba and Tosogu made in the late Edo Period. Kinko Tsuba, mainly Shakudo of good quality,but other kinko also. I collect Tsuba for 20 years now and I am aware that such pieces are not cheap, please make me a reasonable offer. I am located in Germany, but have no problem with international sellers.
  3. Large release from my collection – some fine fuchi-kashira 1. Tigers f-k Craftsmanship in the essence. Look at the details, brilliant nanakoji, inlay work, carvings. Masterpiece grade item. Signed: Omori Teruhide Kao Price: $1000 2. Shishi f-k Nice f-k. Good example of the Yokoya school. Fine motobori techniques realized. Signed: Soyo Kao Size:Fuchi: 37.5 x 21 x 12.6 mm Kashira: 33.6 x 16.2 mm Price: $300 3. Huang Shigong (Kosekiko) and Zhang Liang (Choryo) f-k This is something really rare. Motif is quite popular but not so many items out there, especially f-k and this one is a true find. Fuchi is very nice, black shakudo dragon in golden waves, kashira is something special, miniature scene from the famous legend on finest nanakoji, you can see every detail, bridge surface is polished to mirror. A true masterpiece. Mumei Kyo-Kinko NTK Kantei-sho Price: $600 4. Kirimon f-k Very interesting f-k by the master of minute carvings Hosono Masamori. Signed: Hosono Sozaemon kore o horu Sizes: Fuchi: 3.7 x 1.9 x 0.8 cm Kashira: 3.3 x 1.7 x 0.6 cm Price: $400 5. Daruma and mokugyo/hossu (Zen Buddhism drum and brush) f-k Famous design, nice work. Signed: Tou (in-mei) Sizes: Fuchi: 34 x 17 mm Kashira: 31.6 x 12.5 mm Price: $350
  4. Hi Gents, Following the way of collecting, releasing few nice items in two parts. This is part 1 and it goes under the code name “iebori”. 1. Dragon in clouds tsuba Signed: Goto Mitsuharu Kao (H 05154.0) Very nice tsuba, dragon is very well executed, clear example of Goto work to study and catch all the details Size: 72 x 66 x 3 mm Price: USD 1900 2. Dragon in clouds fuchi-kashira Mumei Goto Fine nanako, classic work Price: USD 350 3. Dragons kozuka Mumei Nice kozuka, very fine nanako and sujikai-yasurime Price: USD 450 4. Peony menuki Mumei Very nice formal menuki Price: USD 450 5. Peony fuchi-kashira Signed: Yoshioka Inaba no Suke (H 01894.0) Super fine nanako, calm and strict lines, what else to expect from the retainers of the Tokugawa Shogunate Price: USD 500 Shipping costs and payment fees on top. Donation to the Board from each sale made here. We need to help Brian maintain the hardware/software base and add some cool new titles to his library. I’m accounting on you, guys Regards,
  5. Hi Gents, Here are some more dragons from a fellow collector. 1. Daisho dragon f-k, Goto quality, perfect condition, $1200. 2. Scaleless dragon menuki, nice work, $300. I’ve seen the items live, those are totally fine. But he also has this daisho tsuba and accepting offers
  6. Curious on the school you guys think my kashira is from and any links to the school would be helpful to read
  7. Good morning and hello gents. How is everyone today so I’m wanting to start a thread for fittings inspired by samurai armor and or accessory’s they would of had. As I found my self a unique kashira in the shape and the style of kabuto and I’m curious what else is out there in the high end of things. As I’m brain storming a pontential Mount up on what I can find. The kashira is iron with excuse the spelling Noume zonga gold inlay yes I know I spelt it wrong not sure the correct way. I’m guessing Early to mid Edo. Photo is taken from the sellers listing as I am not home to take better Not for resale.
  8. Few bits out of collection on ebay. But I can talk direct https://ebay.com/usr/tosogu_antiques P.S. Maybe it should be moved to ebay section...
  9. Super rare Fuchi H38mm, W21.5mm Kashira H34, W17.9mm Nakago-ana H26.6mm, W8mm Sizes are outside Attributed to Masatsugu(father)/Okitsugu(son) but could be also Masaoki (student of Masatsugu) or Harumasa, no papers (shinsa will be possible only in October-November when NBTHK moves completely, price will be different) Price: $2000 Cheers,
  10. Katana tsuka for sale Total length: 236mm Nakago-ana: 27 x 8.5 mm Fuchi-kashira: Kosekiko & Choryo, Soten school Menuki motif: Dragon Price: USD 250 + pp & shipping
  11. Fuchi: H35mm, 18mm, 13.1g Nakago-ana H27.4mm, W8mm Kashira: H31.9mm, W12.9mm, 8.1g Price: $200 + shipping In set with the Carp... tsuba for $400 + shipping Cheers,
  12. Hi Gents, Some entry level fittings are testing their luck to find a new owner. 1. Matching (almost ) Carp & Waterfall f/k Price: $100 2. Yasuchika mice f/k Price: $200 3. Soten kurikata Price: $300 I take PP fee, buyer takes shipping. If someone needs sizes just ask. Thanks,
  13. Just acquired this beautiful tanto, and I'm trying to get a little more information. This struck me as a possible masamune copy, and based on the characteristics, my mostly amateur eye is guessing the blade is muromachi, and I could certainly be wrong! I am writing because I have had a difficult time finding much on hamidashi tsuba, and it looks as though every Hung matches. I still have not received the sword (bought through a buyer in Japan), and only have these photos for now. Any guesses as to age/maker, or any information is greatly appreciated!
  14. Hi peoples! I've a question. So, it's been rather humid recently so I'm taking extra care of the swords, but I also have a fuchi kashira made from shibuichi that I recently acquired. Do these need a small bit of oil too every now and then? I'm concerned the humidity will oxidise them and damage them. I'm aware that touching them bare handed can oxidise them. Bit of a noob regarding Tosogu! Thanks in advance.
  15. Dear All I bought a mounted wakizashi (O-tanto) at the Minneapolis sword show. The Shinogi-zukuri blade with high shinoji is 12 ¼ inch (31.1 cm) long with a gunomi midare in nio hamon. The fuchi is signed by Mito ju Sekijōken Motokazu (H05878.0). I think I have identified some of the kanji on the right hand side but I am unsure what they mean? Any thoughts? Also there are 5 kanji on the side of the fuchi and 8 kanji on the kashira. I am unsure what any of these kanji are. Thoughts? The fuchi has a red gourd with maple leaves and the kashira has a samurai with a naginata? Is there a story here? If more images are needed please let me know. Thanks for any help David jswords@mcn.net
  16. I inherited a sword brought back to the US by my father at the end of WW II. Forum members have helped place the blade in the 1600's. I am curious about the mounting. I assume the large sectioned stalks on the tsuba are bamboo. Not sure what the other plants are, the significance of the brass dots, or what is represented by the cutouts. Same goes for the kashira and fuchi. Any insights would be appreciated. Bruce E https://www.dropbox.com/s/1mnxqwgr748y1d5/tsuba%20front%20side.JPG?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/a79m79z68ywn8os/tsuba%20back%20side.JPG?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/b4t0oicmypk48dz/fuchi.JPG?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/dwnoy7yd02y1g6a/kashira.JPG?dl=0
  17. Hi talented and distinguished hoarders Looking for F/K from either Hidemoto or Ormori school for a Daisho. I have a set of both and hoping to match one of them. Thanks for playing!!!
  18. Hi, I am looking for fuchi which would match this kashira. Planning to finish my project so it would need to be quite big 37mm at least. Anyone has some nice fuchi to offer? Thank you, Lukas
  19. Hi guys, I recently bought this fuchi and kashira but it turned out (my fault for no checking) that it's too small for the project I need but still nice peace added to my collection. Just asking you guys what do you think about the set? Is it legit? Edo period? if anyone could tell me anything more about it it would be great. Thanks in advance, Lukas
  20. Hi, I do not know how to decipher this signature on a Kashira. The Tsuka is for a ken Thank you for your help Bruno
  21. Hello, I'm playing with the idea to mount a set fuchi kashira but unfortunately the shitodome are missing. If I can not find old ones I'll have to make them (...these cheap new cast ones are not an option...). Is there anything I have to consider in style and material to complete below f/k set? Any information regarding this topic is welcome!
  22. Henricksen collection is sellling a complete matching sword with paper work, also a collection of Fuchi- Kashira at the site below http://evanandjohn.com/
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