Dai Sho :Kawachi Kami Kunisuke (2nd Generation)/Kawachi Kami Kunisuke(NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Token)(Daisho Tsuba: NBTHK Kicho Kodogu)

Ordering number:23721

Dai Sho :

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Dai : Katana in Shirasaya with Koshirae(NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Token)(Daisho Tsuba: NBTHK Kicho Kodogu)

Signature : Kawachi Kami Kunisuke (2nd Generation)

(We divide 4 sections for each sword as Saijyo saku, Jyojyo saku
Jyo saku and regular saku)
This blade belongs to Jyo saku ranking.
Polished.
Habaki: Gold Foiled Double.
Blade Length: 69.6 cm (27.4 in).
Curvature: 1.4 cm (0.55 in).
Mekugi Hole: 1.
Width at Base: 3.1 cm (1.22 in).
Width at the Point: 2.25 cm (0.89 in).
Thickness of Rim: 0.69 cm (0.27 in).
Sword Weight: 655 grams.
Era: Edo period, around Kanbun era.
Shape: The sword has a wide body, thick rim, slightly deep curvature, and an extended point, making it well-proportioned. It has bo-hi (grooves) carved on both sides.
Jigane: Well-forged ko-itame hada with conspicuous ji-nie, making it a fine jigane.
Hamon: From the hamon area, small nie appear straight, then towards the tip, gunome midare, chogi midare with circles drawn on both sides, creating a style reminiscent of San-Saku.

Koshirae:
Tsuba: Iron ground round shape with a gold-colored rim covering, high-relief carving of a warrior on horseback fighting, with gold color painting. Signed by Hikone Soten.
Fuchikashira: Shakudo nanako ground with high-relief carving of autumn grasses, inlaid with gold.
Menuki: Shakudo ground with high-relief carved flowers, created in gold.
Saya: Black roiro lacquered scabbard.
Kojiri: Shakudo ground with high-relief carving of a mouse eating something.
Kurigata: Shakudo nanako ground with high-relief carving of a waterwheel, painted with gold.

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Sho : Wakizashi in Shirasaya with Koshirae(NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Token)(Daisho Tsuba: NBTHK Kicho Kodogu)

Signature : Kawachi Kami Kunisuke

(We divide 4 sections for each sword as Saijyo saku, Jyojyo saku
Jyo saku and regular saku)
Polished.
Habaki: Gold Foiled Double.
Blade Length: 53.4 cm (21.02 in).
Curvature: 1.0 cm (0.39 in).
Mekugi Hole: 1.
Width at Base: 3.13 cm (1.23 in).
Width at the Point: 2.28 cm (0.9 in).
Thickness of Rim: 0.72 cm (0.28 in).
Sword Weight: 495 grams.
Era: Edo period, around Kanbun era.
Shape: The sword has a wide body, thick rim, slightly deep curvature, and an extended point, making it well-proportioned with bo-hi carved on both sides.
Jigane: Well-forged ko-itame hada with conspicuous nie, making it a fine jigane.
Hamon: From the hamon area, small nie appear straight, then towards the tip, gunome midare, chogi midare, closely resembling the hamon on both sides, creating a style reminiscent of San-Saku.

Features: These works by Kawachi-no-Kami Kunisuke, typical of the second generation, are delivered as a daisho. The shape and hamon of the daisho are very similar, making them excellent works.

Koshirae:
Tsuba: Iron ground round shape with a gold-colored rim covering, high-relief carving of a warrior on horseback fighting, with gold color painting. Signed by Hikone Soten.
Fuchikashira: Shakudo nanako ground
with high-relief carving of autumn grasses, inlaid with gold.
Menuki: Shakudo ground with high-relief carved flowers, created in gold.
Saya: Black roiro lacquered scabbard.
Kojiri: Shakudo ground with high-relief carving of a mouse eating something.
Kurigata: Shakudo nanako ground with high-relief carving of a waterwheel, painted with gold.

Aoi Art’s Comment: The works of Kawachi-no-Kami Kunisuke are well-made, and both the large and small pieces are outstanding. The matching koshirae for both is also recommended. Recently, there has been a demand for daisho sets, but it is rare to find a set that matches well and is of good quality. We highly recommend these pieces.

NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon Token
Daisho Tsuba: NBTHK Kicho Kodogu
Aoi Art estimation paper Whole Oshigata

Price:2,600,000 JPY-.
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