Daisho: Pair of Japanese swords, Bunki and Eisho Era. Cert. NBTHK Japan, Muromachi period.

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16th century and older
Asian Arts
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    Daisho: Pair of Japanese swords, Bunki and Eisho Era. Cert. NBTHK
    Japan, Muromachi period.
    Shirasaya blades and Koshirae en suite.
    Steel, wood, iron, gold, lacquer, skin.

    Shirasaya Katana with Koshirae
    Blade signed Uda HIAKUNI, classified Jyo saku (prestige)
    NBTHK certificate N°1016718
    Muramachi period, Bunki era 1501 / 1504
    Length of cutting edge (Nagasa): 62.1cm
    Curvature, (Sori) : 2cm
    Weight : 545g
    Habaki in gold leaf with chasing
    Koshirae with certificate NBTHK 2009008
    Wooden scabbard (saya), fluted and lacquered over thirteen centimeters, the extension is covered with crane skin.
    Copper Kurigata with catfish and gourd motif, silvered and gilded.
    Gilded bronze Menuki with seahorse motif.
    Kojori in openwork iron, with marine animals.
    Tsuba Shin no maru, in copper, with the Shoki ogre engraved on one side and two fleeing characters on the other. Black Mimi (rim). Signed.
    Fushi, signed, in shakudo-nanako, with gold-embellished autumn leaves.
    Kashira with Shoki ogre's head in relief, with gold highlights.
    Wooden Tsuka, covered with ray skin and braided with blue silk.
    Gilded seppa.

    Wakisashi in shirasaya with Koshirae
    Chujyo-saku blade, classified Jyo saku (prestige)
    NBTHK certificate N°3027317
    Muramachi period, Eisho era 1504 / 1521
    Length of cutting edge (Nagasa): 48.7cm
    Curvature, (Sori) : 1,3cm
    Weight: 545g
    Habaki in gold leaf with chasing
    Koshirae with certificate NBTHK 2009008
    Wooden scabbard (saya), fluted and lacquered over thirteen centimeters, the extension is covered with crane skin and a bronze bee.
    Signed copper Kurigata with a gourd motif on foliage; remains of gilding.
    Huragawara in the shape of a chased butterfly.
    Signed silver Kozuka with bamboo motif.
    Kogatana inscribed: Mei-Matuyama Omi Takahashi Kuni Ju Tsukuru Ou Isseki Chinnoinochi Yshu
    Wari Bashi, signed, in silver, with bamboo motif.
    Wooden Tsuka, covered in shagreen and braided with light-colored silk. Menuki with finely chased stork and full moon motif.
    Kojori in openwork iron, with a sea animal.
    Tsuba Shin no maru, in copper, with the Shoki ogre engraved on one side and two fleeing characters on the other. Black Mimi (rim).
    Fushi, signed, in shakudo-nanako, with gold-embellished autumn leaves.
    Bronze Kashira, featuring Tengu's head in relief, with gold highlights.
    Gilded seppa.

    Shira saya signed.

    Very good condition.

    This daisho is accompanied by its three certificates:
    NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Token
    NBTHK Hozon Token
    NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Tosogu (koshirae)

    Code: 4327

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    Condition Very good
    Style Asian Arts (Swords, Bladed weapons of Asian Arts Style)
    Period 16th century and older (Swords, Bladed weapons 16th century and older)
    Country of origin Japan
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 1 Business Day
    Location 93400, Saint-Ouen, France
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