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1.Katana signed Noushu seki-no-ju KANEMASU with Red pearl of inlay sheath Uchikatana koshirae
Koto End of Muromachi period (Tenbun/CIRCA1532) Mino
Length of cutting edge69.9cm Curvature1.2cm Width of base29.0mm Width of Yokote17.7mm Thickness of base6.5mm
Sugata(configuration) : Shinogi-zukuri, Iori-mune. Shallow curvature leading to middle tip. There is Koshi-hi in Hakiomote and Futasuji in Ura side.
Kitae(forging pattern) : Combination of prominent itame(wooden grain) and large burl grain marks (O-mokume) entwined flowing Masame grain marks in Shinogi-ji.
Hamon(tempering pattern) : Hamon is combination of small gunome and Notare, Habuchi is covered in ko-nie. Nie-ashi(lines projecting into the hardened edge) and sunagashi (brushing nie lines in the interior of temper).
Boshi (tip): The out line of temper is wavy, small circle deeply turned back.
Nakago(tang) : Ubu(unaltered) with Higaki file marks, one mekugi-ana(retaining hole), Kurijiri(rounded heel) signed seven large character that reads No-shu-seki-no-ju-KANE-MASU
The entire configuration of this uchi-katana is rather long, shallow curvature and length of tang became longer, which is a typical shape during Momoyama period. Kanemasu in Mino province was active during early 16th century. The points worthy of note in this uchi-katana is broad-minded works of forging pattern and rich nie activity in the interior of temper. The blade is old polish and as is condition therefore, there are some darkish stains in the ridge on base and small kitae opening under the habaki in omote side (this kitae opening ware is entirely covered in Habaki). However the blade is good condition for the age, well maintained and good enough for appreciation. Red pearl of inlay sheath Higo style uchikatana koshirae, part of hilt leather tukamaki being frayed, dare to remain an original condition in good atmosphere in the end of Edo period
Gold foil habaki collar. Shira-saya including.
2.Uchigatana 16th century signed (Mei).
Period: Koto End Muromachi
Name smith: No-shu-Seki Ju-No-Kanemasu
Length (Nagasa): 69.9 cm
Curvature (Sori): 1.2 cm
Base width (Moto haba): 29mm
Width at the end (Saki haba): 17.7 mm
Sugata (configuration): Shinogi-zukuri, Iori-mune
Hi: Ura: Koshi-Hi
Kitae (forging pattern): Itame, O-Mokume and Masame on Shinogi-ji
Hamon and Gunome Notare with nie-ashi line and Sunagashi
Nakago: Ubu (original), 1 Mekugi Ana, line Higaki "Hawk Feather"
Nakago end: Ha Hagari Jiri Kuri Signed 7 characters No-Seki-Shu-Ju-No-Ka-Ne-Masu
Habaki: Habaki covered with gold leaf
Tsuka: tsukamaki leather
Fukuro and mounting shirasaya included
The shape of this blade is particularly long by the little curvature and length Nakago typical of the Momoyama period. Kanemasu is from Mino Province and was active in the early 16th century.
The specifics of this katana is in great varieties of different technical aspects of grain and Hamon, features a large activity in the forging and tempering.
Polishing is quite old but the blade is very well preserved for his age. Red pearl of inlay sheath Higo style uchikatana koshirae, part of hilt leather tukamaki being frayed, dare to remain an original condition in good atmosphere in
Ниже фотографии опять же с аукционных листов,сертификат NBTHK (HOZON)утерян, есть только копия с аукциона (возможно восстанавливается, я не выяснял еще - может кто подскажет тоже)
Реальные фотографии форматирую, размещу тоже ниже
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