Antique Edo Meiji Taisho Period Shakudo Fuchi Gashira Set of 6 Japanese Sword Parts
Weight: 116 Grams Whole Set
Material: 赤銅 (Shakudo) Copper & Gold
Period: Edo (1615-1868) - Meiji (1868-1912), and Taisho (1912-1926)
Item #1 Hawk Gashira: 33.2 mm Length x 17.8 mm Width, 12.2 mm Thickness.
Item #2 Guardian Figure Gashira: 32.7 mm Length x 17.6 mm Width, 8.3 mm Thickness.
Item #3 Monkey & Tree Trunk Fuchi: 38.1 mm Length x 23.5 mm Width, 14.7 mm Height.
Item #4 Dragon & Cloud Fuchi: 36.8 mm Length x 21 mm Width, 12.7 mm Height.
Item #5 Shishi & Peony Fuchi: 37.6 mm Length x 22.6 mm Width, 13.7 mm Height.
Item #6 Chrysanthemums Fuchi: 38.2 mm Length x 21.6 mm Width, 7.7 mm Height.
ITEM #: BR-209-120219-38
A 6 piece set of Fuchi-Gashira comprising of a Shakudo Ishime-Ji pair with Hawk, a monkey cowering in tree trunk in Iro-e Takazogan and Takabori; a Hamano-school Shakudo Migakiji pair with guardian figure with a sword and a dragon in swirling clouds in Takazogan and Shishiai-Bori, inscribed Noriyuki; a Kaga Style Shakudo Migaki-Ji Fuchi decorated with Shishi in peonies in Iro-e Hirazogan; a Mino-style Shakudo Fuchi with chrysanthemums in Takabori and gold Takazogan.