#HLM502 Late18th Century Russet Iron ‘Jingasa’ (Light Head Protection)

This rare jingasa has a copper 'hachimanza' (Metal fitting the top of allow ventilation) in the form of an eight pointed star with floral scrolling.

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#HLM501 Late 18th Century Russet Iron Jingasa (Light Head Protection)

Simple and elegant in design, this iron jingasa represents a rain dragon in its element of clouds and lightning, trailing fire behind it as it moves through the heavens.

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#ACC502 16th Century Russet Iron Mask, signed ASAI KATSUSHIGE

This heavy iron mask has a fine patina and very good embossing work over the face. A large flower shaped decoration on the chin would prevent the helmet cords slipping in battle. 'Sukashi’ (open cut iron work) decoration in the form of a flower with eig

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#ACC503 18th Century ‘Katana Tsutsu’ (Sword Case)

Lacquered black with gold chequered pattern around the lid. Kato clan heraldry adorns both sides of the case in gold 'maki-e’ lacquer.

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#ACC418 17th/18th Century Bronze Horse Bit

This simple, robust horse bit is made of five pieces of bronze. with floral engraving on both sides of either of the rings. With deep clouration and fine patina.

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#ACC406 Carved Copper Sword Mount signed TOSAI

In the form of an octopus with flailing legs, signed TOSAI.

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#ACC331 18th Century Naginata-Saya (Halberd Blade Cover) Converted For Use As A Wall Hanging Flower Vase

The plain black lacquered saya with soft, elegant curves has been fitted with a silver ring at the back to enable it to be hung on the wall as well as a removable waterproof copper lining where the halberd blade once was.

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#ACC332 18th Century Naginata-Saya (Halberd Blade Cover) Converted For Use As A Wall Hanging Flower Vase

This plain black lacquered saya with textured patination has soft, elegant curves.

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#ACC334 18th Century Naginata-Saya (Halberd Blade Cover) Converted For Use As A Wall Hanging Flower Vase

This plain black lacquered saya with Kizuregawa clan paulownia heraldry on both sides in gold relief lacquer has soft, elegant curves.

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#ACC333 18th Century Naginata-Saya (Halberd Blade Cover) Converted For Use As A Wall Hanging Flower Vase

This mother-of -pearl and black lacquered saya has soft, elegant curves. It has been fitted with a silver ring at the back to enable it to be hung on the wall as well as a removable waterproof copper lining where the halberd blade once was.

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