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Upcoming Lots Related to [Fuchi Kashira Kozuka]

(10 lots returned)

Scope: Upcoming Auctions

With at least one of the words: Fuchi Kashira Kozuka

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A Kashu Kiyomitsu tanto with its lacquer mounts18th century (blade)

Lot 106: A Kashu Kiyomitsu tanto with its lacquer mounts18th century (blade)

by Sothebys Australia

July 29, 2014, 6:00 PM AEST

MELBOURNE, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD2,500 - AUD3,500

Description: A Kashu Kiyomitsu tanto with its lacquer mounts 18th century (blade) the blade hirazukuri, with itame hada, the temper edge of suguha, with a carving of gomabashi, signed Kiyomitsu, in shirasaya with a Nihon Bijutsu token club paper, with black lacquer saya, shakudo kiku-shaped tsuba, the fuchi, shakudo ishime-ji with takazogan leaves, lacquer kashira, the tsuka cotton bound with silver hornets, a silvered metal kozuka carved with two courtiers and a silvered wari kogai the blade 28 cm long PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION, QUEENSLAND

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Gassan Sadayoshi attributed blade and lacquer mounts19th century

Lot 107: Gassan Sadayoshi attributed blade and lacquer mounts19th century

by Sothebys Australia

July 29, 2014, 6:00 PM AEST

MELBOURNE, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD2,500 - AUD3,500

Description: Gassan Sadayoshi attributed blade and lacquer mounts 19th century the blade of hirazukuri (sunnobi tanto), hada of ko-itame, temper edge of boxed shape choji with ji-nie and ashi, a carving of gomabashi and a sanskrit character, ubu tang with two peg holes, unsigned in a shirasaya, with an NBTHK hozon paper, with a black lacquer saya with iron mokko-gata tsuba with decoration of foliage in gold nunome zogan, fitted with matching shakudo fuchi-kashira, soritsuno and kurikata decorated in flat gold zogan, with a kaga shakudo kozuka decorated in flat gold zogan with insects, the tsuka cotton bound and with shibuichi cranes menuki the blade 31 cm long PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION, QUEENSLAND

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Two kozuka and two tsuba18th/19th century (4)

Lot 110: Two kozuka and two tsuba18th/19th century (4)

by Sothebys Australia

July 29, 2014, 6:00 PM AEST

MELBOURNE, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD1,000 - AUD1,500

Description: Two kozuka and two tsuba 18th/19th century comprising a kozuka attributed to Waki Goto school in shakudo nanako and takabori iroe depicting Daruma, inscribed Hoki no kami Fujiwara Nobutaka, with NBTHK tokubetsu kicho paper; a copper kozuka, decorated in katakiri bori with Kanzan and Jittoku, signed Hirochika, accompanied with an NTHK paper; a copper Mito tsuba decorated in low relief with dragon among waves, with silver fukurin, unsigned, accompanied with an NTHK paper; and a Kanshiro type brass tsuba, in nadegata mokkogata shape, decorated in low relief with waves, unsigned, accompanied with an NBTHK tokubetsu kicho paper, wood boxes (4) 9.5 cm long, 9.5 cm long, 7.5 cm long, and 7.5 cm long PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION, SYDNEY

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An Ashu Sukeyoshi attributed katana in a red lacquer scabbard19th century

Lot 112: An Ashu Sukeyoshi attributed katana in a red lacquer scabbard19th century

by Sothebys Australia

July 29, 2014, 6:00 PM AEST

MELBOURNE, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD6,000 - AUD8,000

Description: An Ashu Sukeyoshi attributed katana in a red lacquer scabbard 19th century the blade, honzukuri, iori-mune, o-gissaki, koitame hada, having a gonome midare hamon, boshi of midare-komi,tang ubu with cat scratches, with two holes, accompanied with an NTHK certificate attributing it to Ashu Sukeyoshi, encased in a red lacquer saya, shibuichi fuchi-kashira carved in katakiribori with tendrils, with a matching kojiri, an iron mokkogata tsuba with kanji characters, the hilt white cotton bound with shibuichi kanabo menuki (oni's club), accompanied with an NTHK certificate the blade 76 cm long PROVENANCE Christie's, New York, 26 May 1983, lot 209 PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION, SYDNEY

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Japanese sword : A Relic Wakizashi as found on the

Lot 328: Japanese sword : A Relic Wakizashi as found on the

by Dickins Auctioneers

August 1, 2014, 3:00 PM GMT

Middle Claydon, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £30 - £50

Description: Japanese sword : A Relic Wakizashi as found on the Pacific Island of Okinawa by George Salimer in the 1960's, relic includes decorated Tsuba and Fuchi , now 26 3/8" long. The Battle of Okinawa proved to be the last and biggest of the Pacific Island battles of World War II. At the end of the 82 day campaign more than 77,000 soldiers were lost by the Japanese Army and 65,000 soldiers were lost by the Allies.

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Japanese Kanta Sword

Lot 775: Japanese Kanta Sword

by Amoskeag Auction Co

August 2, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Manchester, NH, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $800

Description: This katana measures 37 1/2" overall, 26 1/2" to the brass habaki. The blade remains bright overall with ha-mon line still visible and scattered fine oxidation staining mainly along the shinogi-ji. The patinated tang is signed and has some areas of light oxidation. The circular brass four pointed border Tsuba is decorated with an embossed mum in each corner, has a nice tarnished patina and is separated by a Seppa and Dai Seppa on either side. The white Sa-Me wrapped wood handle remains intact as do the olive colored cloth binding. The handle is decorated with a floral Menuki and a brass Fuchi and Kashira; the lanyard ring is no longer present. The katana is housed in a leather covered wood scabbard with a brass hanger and leather reinforced Kojiri. The leather shows light scuffs and flaking. The lacing at the throat is separated and unraveling and the Kouguchi is no longer present. A fine example katana overall. (56413-6)

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Japanese Katana Sword

Lot 920: Japanese Katana Sword

by Amoskeag Auction Co

August 2, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Manchester, NH, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: This Katana measures 37 1/2" overall, 27" to the white metal habaki. The blade remains bright overall with a faint but visible ha-mon line amongst light scuffs and scattered spots of oxidation staining. The tang is signed in a covering of light surface oxidation. The brass Tsuba has a pierced Maltese Cross shape with a nice goldenrod patina and is separated by a scroll engraved matching plated brass Seppas and serrated edge round Dai Seppas on either side. The white Sa-me wrapped wood handle is moderately deteriorating remaining about 40% intact and is wrapped with a lightly stained fading gold colored cloth binding centered between a fading silver plated scroll engraved Fuchi and Kashira. The handle is equipped with a lanyard loop and the Mekugi appears to be a newer replacement. The wooden scabbard has an orange lacquer covered aluminum wrap that shows modest crazing and flaking and is equipped with a white cloth cord with dual scroll engraved brass Kurikatas, Koiguchi and a separating four band Kojiri. An overall good to about very good example Katana sword. (56298-11)

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Japanese Katana Sword

Lot 921: Japanese Katana Sword

by Amoskeag Auction Co

August 2, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Manchester, NH, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: This katana measures 35 1/4" overall, 24 3/4" to the scalloped brass hakaki. The mellowed bright finished blade shows no visible ha-mon line with light scuffing, a handful of minute chips along the main edge and scattered fine oxidation pitting. The tang is unsigned and the circular light scroll engraved Tsuba has a light tarnished patina with good amounts of silver plate on the rear of the Tsuba and has become loose with only one Seppa present. The tang is unsigned and has a covering of light surface oxidation, the Sa-me wrapping remains about 95% intact and has separated just above the Menuki and at the undersized replaced Mekugi. The handle is also decorated with a lightly stained but intact faded orange cloth binding, bird engraved brass Fuchi and Kashira and is equipped with a lanyard loop. The katana is housed in a leathered covered wood scabbard. The leather shows light flaking, crazing and ingrained dirt and is missing the Koiguchi and part of the leather Sageo. A good to very good example Kanta sword. (56298-10)

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Japanese Samurai Long Sword (Daito)

Lot 226: Japanese Samurai Long Sword (Daito)

by I.M. Chait

August 10, 2014, 11:00 AM PST

Beverly Hills, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $500

Description: Japanese Samurai Long Sword (Daito) Japanese steel long sword (daito), the blade of approx. 40" (from collar, needs polish); in black lacquer (scabbard flaws and considerable wear), holding two small blades with mixed-metal bronze handles (kozuka); the squared-form bronze guard (tsuba) with monkey-like creature; with two silvered ornaments (menuki) to the handle; L: 58" (overall)

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Sukashibori Tsuba with Detailed Iroezogan Warriros, Edo

Lot 1: Sukashibori Tsuba with Detailed Iroezogan Warriros, Edo

by Auctionata

August 14, 2014, 6:00 PM CET

Berlin, Germany

Estimated Price: €560 - €700

Description: Shibuichi, shakudo, gold and silver overlays Silver plating and gilding Japan, Edo period (1603-1867) Oval form Finely worked in sukashibori with iroezogan Warrriors confronting by a fast running stream and a dragon Dimensions: approx. 8 x 8 cm Good condition Provenance: Private collection Germany Magnificent tsuba, showing the detailed work with different metals in an compartmentalized open work This ornamental open work tsuba was made in the Japanese Edo period (1603-1867) and consists of inlays in shibuichi, shakudo and shows gold and silver overlays as well as silver plating and gilding. The tsuba shows an accurate design in sukashibori with iroezogan. So a warrior on a bridge and one confronting a fast running stream are rendered. A dragon's head rises out of the waves of the water and gnarled pines are rendered at the edges. The outer edge is covered with gold and two recesses for a kozuka and a kogai are visible adjacent to the central slit. The tsuba is in good condition with only slight age-related signs of wear, such as small scratches, nicks and minimal abrasion. The dimensions of the tsuba are approx. 8 x 8 cm Tsuba A tsuba is a hilt of a traditional Japanese sword and is located between the handle and the blade of the sword. It serves in this position as protect of the hand. A tsuba is in most cases made of metals such as iron, copper or copper alloy and is often decorated with elaborate inlays, where gold and silver are used. The shape is often round to oval; particularly popular is the quatrefoil form, called mokko. Ornate decorations of various motifs of the flora, the fauna and the mythical world adorn the sides of the tsuba. Mostly two recesses, one for the kozuka and one for the kogai, are visible next to the middle slot. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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