|Statement||by Masayuki Sasano ; photographs by Shihachi Fujimoto ; [translated from the Japanese].|
|Contributions||Fujimoto, Shihachi, 1911- ill.|
|LC Classifications||NK6784.A1 S1813 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 292 p. :|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||75301174|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sasano, Masayuki, Early Japanese sword guards. London: Robert G. Sawers, (OCoLC) Document Type. In the mids, after health problems forced him to give up landscape painting, Georg Oeder (b. Aachen, Germany, ) threw himself into collecting Japanese art and artifacts — above all ukiyo-e prints and sword guards (tsuba).His collection of tsuba, which was one of the most extensive in the world at the time, was photographed and printed in a catalogue published in ENGLISH TSUBA Book ONIN HEIANJO YOSHIRO Japanese Samurai Sword Guards - $ JAPANESE SWORD GUARDSONIN-HEIANJO-YOSHIRO JAPANESE SWORD GUARDS: ONIN-HEIANJO-YOSHIRO, by Gary Murtha. A 6"x9", page ( color pages), perfect bound, paperback book with laminated color cover. The book is printed on high quality paper stock. This book . texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow. Top A picture book of Japanese sword guards by Victoria and Albert Museum. Publication date Topics Sword guards Publisher London: .
Early Japanese Sword Guards: Sukashi Tsuba Hardcover – 1 December by Masayuki Sasano (Author)Author: Masayuki Sasano. The exhibit catalog of an important, early exhibition of Japanese sword guards in England. History and chronology are addressed in both outline form and throughout the catalog. Following the exhibition listing is a unique bibliography of early articles and texts, then shown are thirty-two prime examples in b&w plates; index, and glossary. Collection of Japanese tsubas (sword guards) Designed in Japan A tsuba (sword guard) is a flat metal disc that forms the guard on a sword and serves to balance the sword, as well as protect the hand from sliding up the blade of the sword during use. Catalog of the collection of Japanese swords and fittings of the British Museum, "the finest collection of Japanese swords in Europe, including examples by many of the major schools, dating from the 12th or early 13th century to the Meiji era (). In a selection of almost one hundred of.
B Early Japanese Sword Guards: Sukashi Tsuba by Sasano Masayuki. Clothbound with dust jacket, 7 ¼ x 10 ¼”, pages in English. fine iron sukashi tsuba are shown in life size black & white photos, and at the front of each school grouping 8 of the tsuba are shown in color. All tsuba are described and discussed. TSUBA — (Japanese Sword Guard) Tsuba - known in English as Japanese Sword Guards that were worn on the Samurai Sword. When it was in it’s mounting, the most conspicuous feature of it’s appearance became the Tsuba. This page is adapted from Guy Windsor's article from , Technical and Tactical Notes on the 12 Guards Images by Jari Juslin, taken from Guy Windsor's new longsword book: Mastering the Art of Arms vol 2: The Medieval Longsword It has been long established by scholars studying Fior Battaglia that the guards of the longsword form the beginning and end of every movement of the sword, and. Early Japanese Sword Guards by Sasano Covers various schools of sukashi tsuba. Masterpieces from the Sasano Collection by Sasano Masayuki More on schools of sukashi tsuba. Toso Soran by Torigoye (text in Japanese with English captions) Tsuba Kanshoki by .