6 edition of The Namban Group of Japanese Sword Guards found in the catalog.
July 11, 2006 by Double Dragon Publishing .
Written in English
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The hada is the visible design of the grain of the sword steel. It is a result of the way the sword was folded during forging. It is a result of the way the sword was folded during forging. Hada can be difficult for the beginner to interpret and it is easily obscured by a poorly polished blade or one which is stained or rusted. The sword guard, called tsuba in Japanese, has a double role, to protect the hands and to perfect the balance the sword. Over time, tsuba have been made in many shapes, one of the most popular being the four lobed shape (mokko gata in Japanese), like the one photographed middle opening was, of course, mandatory because that’s where the sword’s tang fits, but the lateral .
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Collectors also will value this study because it presents an innovative categorisation The Namban Group of Japanese Sword Guards book this previously neglected group of sword guards, and serves to clarify the diversity and relationships of the Namban style.
Including, as it does, expositions on both gilding and casting as related to this group of tsuba, the author's reappraisal also uses Author: John Philip Lissenden. 1. The Namban Group of Japanese Sword Guards book welcome exception is Dr.
The Namban Group of Japanese Sword Guards book John Lissenden's work The Namban Group of Japanese Sword Guards book Namban group of Japanese sword guards, a reappraisal". Although a very interesting thesis, it doesn't dive deeply into the foreign origins of this group of sword guards or their historical context.
See Di Cosmo: Manchu-Mongol Relations at the Eve of Qing conquest, Brill, Leiden, Those marked with a are excellent books for those beginning the study of Nihonto. Check with your book store or library and "Books in Print" for details of publisher, price, etc. Check also the many online book dealers which sell both in-print and out-of-print books on Japanese swords.
Some of the books listed below are now out-of-print and can only be found through specialty book stores. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Namban Group of Japanese Sword Guards: A Reappraisal by Dr John Lissenden at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Asian Export sword guards and Nanban tsuba. likes 12 talking about this. Nanban Tsuba: Sword guards imported from Monsoon Asia and China by Dutch Followers: "TSUBA-Japanese Sword Guards" book by Gary Murtha, containing information on over 65 tsuba making schools and groups, an artist index with information and kao and kakihan of nearly 2, artists and illustrations of over 60 b/w tsubaMy first book about Japanese tsuba was published in and was titled The Tsuba/5(3).
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It is apparent that the new definition of the Namban group of Japanese sword guards enables a much more focused study of the group, although the absence both of any detailed knowledge of the many Namban workers scattered throughout Japan, and of any inscriptions on their work, remain serious barriers to the systematic attribution of these tsuba.
Late Edo and Meiji Period Sword Guards and Price: $ B Tosogu: Wonderland of the Japanese Sword Price: $ The Namban Group of The Namban Group of Japanese Sword Guards book Sword Guards: A Price: $ B Arms & Armour of Old Japan. Price: $5. B Kanji Flashcards. Buy Japanese Sword Books and Tsuba Grey Doffin - Dealer in Nihonto Art.
Page 1 of 2 - Namban Tsuba Or Fake. - posted in Tosogu: Hello all, Would kindly appreciate your opinions on this tsuba (fortunately it was relatively inexpensive!) I have read the thesis The Namban Group of Japanese Sword Guards: a Reappraisal by Dr.
John Philip Lissenden, and it was extremely helpful. I think it is a Namban tsuba (although it does not fit all the descriptors in the thesis). Very informative book on Namban Tsuba, Japanese Sword guards, pages in very bright clean condition, many B/w photographs and illustrations, all present as listed plus very informative text, NO dustwrapper, outer illustrated card covers are bright and clean.
A very nice example The Namban Group of Japanese Sword Guards book this book SEE IMAGES. DETAILED IMAGES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST. - Explore janegilmore's board "Japanese Tsuba Sword Guard", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Japanese sword, Japanese and Samurai swords pins.
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By Dr John Lissenden Prior to their redefinition by Ogawa inthe Namban group of tsuba had received scant attention from scholars. In part, this had been due to the lack of a clearly defined categorisation, making systematic attribution of the group difficult and thus preventing.
JAPANESE SWORD GUARDS Some Tsuba In The Collection of Sir Arthur H. Church () by Shibata and Kamemaru, GOOD $ In the prefatory note of this book, Arthur Church says,"The collotype plates in this volume represent specimens of Tsuba, that is, Japanese Guards, selected from the gathering of nearly five times that number which I have.
"TSUBA-Japanese Sword Guards" book by Gary Murtha, containing information on over 65 tsuba making schools and groups, an artist index with information and kao and kakihan of nearly 2, artists and illustrations of over 60 b/w tsubaMy first book about JapaneseFile Size: KB.
21 Sep - Explore blackwood's board "se Sword Guards", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Japanese sword, Japanese and Samurai swords pins. Tsuba – Japanese Sword Hand Guard. One of the most important parts of the Katana has got to be the Tsuba.
This Katana part protects the hand of the sword owner from sliding into the blade, helps to balance the sword and is used when drawing the sword from its saya.
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All prices. Tokyo Antique Store with over 38 years experience. Introduction. During past years the term 'Yoshirō tsuba' was used so many times describing so many different kinds of the Japanese sword guard, that I endeavored to write a short overview in an attempt to clarify the matter.
The latest source of information about Yoshirō tsuba happened to be the Gary D. Murtha's book "Japanese Sword Guards. Onin-Heianjo-Yoshiro", self-published in About this Item: Tokyo & San Francisco: Japan Publications Inc.,First printing.
Fine in purple embossed silk with gilt title to spine, in very good glossy dustjacket with light shelf wear. Illustrated throughout with photographs by Shihachi Fujimoto: images of sword guards printed in black-and-white gravure, 50 sword guards in full color.
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Church) (Tokyo: Kogei Shuppan, reprint of the book); MIGEON, d'oeuvre d'art Japonais (Paris: D.A. Longuet, ); KASHIMA, Susumu. You searched for: japanese sword guard. Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind products and gifts related to your search.
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Jsuba and Japanese Sword Fittings in the Collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Design Chronology Jomon B.C. (approx.) Yayoi B.C A.D. (approx.) Tiimulus (Dolmen) Asuka Nara Heian Kamakura Muromachi Nambokucho Mid-Late Muromachi Japanese Sword Guard: Tsuba.
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Published by Page 10 Many of you have probably seen scenes in Japanese movies where disgraced Yakuza cut off their little finger’s digit as a penance for a misdeed.
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Japanese swords guards Item Preview remove-circle Swords, Art, Japanese, Swords -- Exhibitions, Art, Japanese -- Exhibitions Publisher [Boston Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language : JAPANESE SWORD PRODUCTION IN LATE KOTO TIMES Covers the impact of the 16th century civil wars on blade production and quality; identifying key traits of suo-koto.
14 pages, 5½ x 8½" soft cover $ JAPANESE SWORD BLADES OF THE. This is the Japanese edition to Sasano's Sukashi Tsuba - Early Japanese Sword Guards () with the notable exception that it includes content omitted from the English edition including four additional tsuba.
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