4 edition of Japanese swords and fittings in the Western Australian Museum = found in the catalog.
Japanese swords and fittings in the Western Australian Museum =
Includes bibliographical references (p. 126) and index.
|Other titles||Nishi Gōshū Hakubutsukan no nihontō to koshirae no shū.|
|Contributions||Western Australian Museum.|
|LC Classifications||NK6784.A1 T76 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 131 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||90173568|
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This illustrated catalogue describes the swords and fittings from as early as the 13th century now held in the Western Australian Museum's Major Simon Cool Collection and from Colonel G F Wieck's collection for the United Services Institute Museum.
The volume. Japanese Swords and Fittings in the Western Australian Museum by G. Trotter Nihonto Newsletter V1,2,3 by Yamanaka Swords and Fittings in the Chicago Natural History Museum; Art and the Sword, (several volumes) JSS/US, thru pub. by Japanese Sword Society of the US.
JSS/US Bulletins ,80,81 This was the predecessor to "Art and the Sword". This book contains a collection of 81 digitally restored black-and-white hand-drawn illustrations, dating from toof famous ancient Japanese swords and fittings.
These originals were heavily damaged through a combination of age, neglect, regular wear and tear, and bookworms/5(5). Tsuba, and Japanese Japanese swords and fittings in the Western Australian Museum = book fittings in the collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Design Cooper-Hewitt Museum.
Cooper-Hewitt Museum, JAPANESE SWORDS & FITTINGS IN THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM George Trotter () This text catalogs the museum's holdings with photographs and descriptions provided for each piece. Swords are shown along with their koshirae. The contents run a broad range from mass-produced Showaperiod items to also include many earlier works.
A historical. THE JAPANESE SWORD AND ITS FITTINGS Japanese Sword Society of New York () This book catalogs the colabrative collections of Cooper Union Museum and the New York club members. Well photographed in b&w. Including 22 blades, 58 tsuba, 31 kozuka, plus other fittings, as well as a glossary.
48 pages, x 11" soft cover. Japanese Sword Fittings And Art Books For Sale. - posted in For Sale or Trade: Morning folks. Ive picked out a selection of the remaining titles on the book sale I posted a few weeks ago. Since everyone loves photos, Ive snapped a few and adjusted some prices to make things a bit more attractive.
All prices are in USD, Paypal fees and shipping is extra (all titles ship from Canada): 1. Ancient Japanese Swords and Fittings: A Collection of Restored and Translated Nineteenth Century Woodblock Prints Library Binding – January 1, by Thomas L.
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Buck. Japanese Swords & Fittings in the Western Australian Museum by George Trotter. this is a fantastic little book, I"v just started collecting Japanese swords and this book has been a big help in understanding the terns used to describe the blades and fittings, Also the history behind the swords.
Regards Kiwigerman Nezu Museum, formerly Mitsumura Collection. From November 3rd until December 10th,Nezu Museum is holding an exhibition of some of the most exquisite swords and sword fittings in Japan. It features the collection of Toshimo Mitsumura, a Meiji period businessman and founder of the Mitsumura Printing Company.
JAPANESE SWORDS and SWORD FITTINGS from the COLLECTION of Dr. Walter A. Compton, Parts I, II, & III, by Christie’s. All VERY FINE #1 $, #2 $, #3 $ or ALL 3 for $ Softbound with dust jackets and prices realized, 8 ¼ x 11 ¾”, & pages in English, lots.
Japanese sword mountings are the various housings and associated fittings that hold the blade of a Japanese sword when it is being worn or stored.
Koshirae (拵え) refers to the ornate mountings of a Japanese sword (e.g. katana) used when the sword blade is being worn by its owner, whereas the shirasaya is a plain undecorated wooden mounting composed of a saya and tsuka that the sword.
Click a thumbnail for description and detailed photos. Shakudo Fuchi/Kashira signed Nara saku Edo ju: Mumei Shakudo tsuba with fish and shell motif. The Art Appreciation of Japanese Sword Fittings, Shigeo Fukushi, Heisei 24 nen (), published and printed in Japan.
10" X " (26 cm x 18 cm), pages. Japanese Text with English captions and English index/Table of Contents. Stitched binding in a quality paper cover with glossy flyleaf, this book is the quality of a fine museum catalog.
The Japanese are acutely aware of transient nature of all things. The degree to which they actively acknowledge impermanence has turned it into an aesthetic of its own that is also related to the Japanese appreciation of nature and the celebrations thereof. In my first article in this series, I wrote about my impressions of Japanese culture and about the Japanese term mono no aware that also.
Collectors of japanese swords and fittings U.K, Turner Valley, Alberta. likes. This page is for the discussion of japanese swords and fittings and for the Appreciation of them as artifacts and Followers: JAPANESE SWORDS & FITTINGS IN THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM George Trotter () This text catalogs the museum's holdings with photographs and descriptions provided for each piece.
Swords are shown along with their koshirae. The contents run a broad range from mass-produced Showa period items to also include many earlier works. 18 Color plates. Exhibition Catalog: "Selected Fine Japanese Swords from European N.B.T.H.K. Collections, Published by the Deutsches Klingen Museum, Solingen.
The Medals Year Book, A-Z of Medals: Letter From New Guinea by Vern Haugland: Forty-Two Years Scrapbook of Rare Ancient Firearms: American Legends of the Wild West: The Flier's World, by James Gilbert. The Art of the Japanese Sword: The Craft of Swordmaking and its Appreciation by Leon and Hiroko Kapp and Yoshindo Yoshihara.
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Encyclopedia of Japanese Sword - Vol 1 and Vol 2. pages each. Understanding fittings. The heart of the katana is the blade. The fittings, called koshirae, were made separately. You could have an old blade with newer fittings, and it wouldn't diminish the value or effectiveness of the sword.
Most of the fittings of used and pre-owned Japanese swords are made of wood and brass. Here's a list of a few of them. KATANA/TACHI - Swords of Japan is your resource for fine antique Japanese Samurai Swords and Sword Fittings. REFERENCE GALLERY - Swords of Japan is your resource for fine antique Japanese Samurai Swords and Sword Fittings.
In he wrote the first major Japanese sword and fittings auction catalog for Christie's in New York. In he formed Robert E. Haynes Ltd. and wrote the 10 volume set of auction catalogues () that held thousands of impotant swords and fittings (regarded as essential to the collecting of tosogu) that were auctioned over a three.
Mitsumura’s passion for swords is reflected in the portion of his collection that the museum acquired — an array of 1, sword fittings and blades from the 13th to the 19th centuries. Sword, the essence of Japanese art, the recent lecture on Japanese swords at The British Museum was a real treat for all Japanophiles.
It was held by Keeper Emeritus of Japan at the British Museum and Christie’s consultant Victor Harris, and has been organised in correlation to the small exhibition Dressed to Impress, netsuke and Japanese men. Japanese Swords and Sword Fittings from the Collection of Dr. Walter Ames Compton (Part I).
Specialists in charge: Sebastian Izzard and Yoshinori Munemura. Christie's, New York, Ma Lavish auction catalog featuring but part of Compton's extensive collection, including tsuba, blades, fittings, a few firearms, helmets, mask.
Large paperback in jacket. light general wear, staple holes. This was my brother's book and he collected with my father. i bought it for him as a gift. He said it was a very good basic guide, for he had others, some in Japanese about his sword collection.
I read the book and amazed by all there was to the the samurai blade and the sword fittings.4/5. Samurai arms and equipment are widely recognized as masterpieces in steel, silk, and lacquer.
This extensively illustrated volume includes the finest examples of swords, sword mountings and fittings, armor and helmets, saddles, banners, and paintings from Japanese collections.
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The sale of fittings and armor at Sotheby's is larger, offering swords. The blades are wide-ranging, with the presale estimates going from $ to. The Japanese sword and its fittings, from the collections of the members of the Japanese Sword Society of New York and the Cooper Union Museum [exhibition] catalogue, Mar.
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Samurai Gallery Australia, is the only gallery in Australia dedicated to the Arts, Armor and Arms / Weaponry of the Japanese Samurai Warrior. The Samurai were the warrior class of feudal Japan for almost a thousand years; they followed the code called Bushido, similar to the European code of Chivalry.
UK based website offers swords and fittings (and champagne!) for sale, as well as finish polishing services.
E-Sword: Japanese sword shop. Ian Chapman's : This is an excellent UK based site dedicated to the preservation of fine, exceptional Japanese swords and fittings whilst safeguarding these treasures for future generations.
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Two antique Japanese guntō swords on a sword rack (katana kake), shin guntō on top and kyū guntō below. Guntō (軍刀?, military sword) is the name used to describe Japanese swords produced for use by the Japanese army and navy after the end of the samurai era in In the following era (Meiji Period ) samurai armour, weapons and ideals were gradually replaced with western.
The Donald and Mary Hyde Collection of Fine and Important Japanese Books and Manuscripts. New York. Christie's.
Colour and black and white photographic illustrations. Pages, photographs and artwork from this site are the sole property of LionGate Arms & Armour, Inc., and may not be used or reproduced in whole or in part without written permission.
Swordsmith Index is intended to be a non-commercial resource to support Nihonto studies and raise awareness of history and appreciation of genuine Japanese swords.
Find more information about the Index, its description and methods of use here. See how to read swordsmith records here. Genkō () Ōei () Ōei (). The best known swords of the Japanese military, the shin-gunto and kai-gunto of WWII, are presented in over seventy photographs.
A Special Section features the gensui-to, the sword awarded to field marshals and fleet admirals. The Cyclopedia Edition draws heavily on Japanese government documents now preserved as historical archives.4/5(1).My collection progressed from collecting swords to obtaining many other items relative to the Samurai, such as sword fittings, which are individual works of art in their own right.
Armor has become a great interest to me in more recent years. Inmy hobby progressed from collecting to dealing in .Since my first book Legends and Stories around the Japanese Sword, published in German inI constantly try to fill gaps and make accessible Japanese knowledge to the Western the same time I try to avoid as much as possible ruminating information that is found elsewhere.
This might be reflected in my list of publications which include, among others, the aforementioned legends.