Double edged and two Hamon O-Tanto

Buddhist Ken presentation pattern Koshirae of that symbolism

Great size straight blade

Steel: Tamahagane (玉鋼)

Double Hamon: Suguha (on each side)


Hada: Masame as main with parts Matsukawa

Estimated Age: Meiji period, maybe something more antique

Measures:

Nagasa blade (length): 31,2 cm,
Wide: 3,6 cm.
Total blade length Nakago included: 43,1 cm.

Polished: recent by a Togishi master

Blade condition: Very good general condition. Points of old oxidation now polished only on one side it is a small area affected. Watch the close-up detailed picture please.

 

Koshirae condition: Restored (Koshiraeshi master hand work)

Koshirae length: 45,9 cm.

Type Koshirae: Aikuchi

Kashira/Fuchi/Koiguchi/Kurikata: Black water buffalo horn

Tsuka:

Same: Ray Skin

Menuki couple: Tortoise on one side and Crane on the other.
Symbols of longevity and happy wise life

Saya: Nanako Nuri Urushi lacquered

Sageo: Silk natural Japanese historic black color (traditional deep red/black)

 

Black and Gold lacquered Tanto stand is not included.

 

 

Ref.: Tanto 86

 

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Points of antique oxidation now polished. Very magnified picture of the small area affected:

 

 

Nihonto: Katana - Wakizashi - Tanto

Kodogu: Tsuba - Menuki - Fuchi - Kashira - Kozuka

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