Kashira Meiji Period Shakudo Sword Hardware Rat In Open Window Faux Wood Grain

Kashira Meiji Period Shakudo
A rat plays near a open window, simulated wood grain and the original guides are intact.

This new estate has a small collection of Meiji Period Japanese Sword Hardware and I will try to post all of these pieces in a series to make viewing easy.
Please email me if you want me to email the whole collection.

Kishira
The Kashira is part of a Japanese Katana, Sword and was at the end of sword handle. Most of these pieces are bronze and mixed metal, called Shakudo

Year: Meiji Period, Jan 25, 1868 – Jul 30, 1912
Material: Bronze and mixed metal work
Subject: A rat plays by a open window with a small village scene in the background. What separates and elevates this one to a higher level is the bronze is decorated with simulated wood grain. Note the grain is on the top and side.  Please see the images provided.

Size: 1 3/4 inches long
Condition: near perfect with minor wear to the gold. Please see the images for details.

If you have any questions or if you need additional images, please feel free to email me.
Note:
shipping cost is for US only, if you are an over seas buyers please email me your shipping address to get a shipping quote.

Period

1800s

Category

Antique Accessories

Date Posted

07/06/19

Price

$200.00

Shipping

$10.00

All Items are available for local pick-up, please contact us to arrange.



Price

$200.00

Shipping

$10.00

All items are shipped via Priority Mail or specialized carrier. They are packed to properly preserve and protect the condition of the item. If you have specific shipping instructions, please let us know.

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