Yari:Etchu no Kami Masatoshi(with appraisal from the Corporate Art Swords Appraisal Club)

Ordering number:23785

Yari in Shirasaya (with appraisal from the Corporate Art Swords Appraisal Club)

Signature: Etchu no Kami Masatoshi

We divide 4 sections for each swordsmith’s work as Saijyo Saku, Jyojyo Saku, Jyo Saku, and Regular Saku.
This piece is ranked as Jyo Saku for Etchu no Kami Masatoshi.
Blade Length: 21.2 cm (8.35 in).
Curvature: 0 cm (0 in).
Mekugi Hole: 1.
Width at Base: 2.15 cm (0.85 in).
Thickness of Rim: 0.98 cm (0.39 in).
Sword Weight: 270 grams.
Era: Early Edo period, around the Genna era. (1615~1624)
Shape: A healthy spear with a long kerakubi and a triangular cross-section.
Jigane: The skin is finely packed with small itame hada, and it’s well polished, resulting in a sharp spear.
Hamon: The temper line is a straight nie with small activities and deep notare at the tip.

Features: A convenient length for a triangular spear, well polished without flaws, and a splendid piece.

Aoi Art’s Comment: The appraisal from the Appraisal Club is from a previously issued and trusted organization, valued during the examination at the Sword Museum. It’s regrettable that it has been discontinued. However, there are still those who value it. A flawlessly well-polished piece.

*The shipping fee is not included.

With Corporate Art Swords Appraisal Club Certificate
AoiArt estimation paper
Whole Oshigata


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